|one who tears||tearer|
|(Anatomy) lachrymal bone (bone of the inner corner of the eye); vessel used to collect the tears of the bereaved, crying, lacrimal, of or pertaining to tears; producing tears, secreting tears; lacrimal, of or near the organs which secrete tears (Anatomy)||lachrymal|
|about to cry, causing weeping, like tears, crying, weepy; resembling drops or tears; causing tears, wet with tears||teary|
|announce for sale, baying of hounds, call of bird or animal, call; shed tears of sorrow or pain; shout, give something as reason, inarticulate sound, interjection; shout; weeping, make distinctive sound, period of weeping, proclamation, public demand, ...||cry|
|become blurred by tears, condensed water vapor, film over, fine spray, fog, haze; veil of tears, blurry vision, liquid suspension in gas, make misty, dim, obscure; cloud, make opaque, obscuring thing, spray something, thin fog||mist|
|bottle for tears, lacrimatory, of or pertaining to the shedding of tears, vessel used to collect the tears of the bereaved (Archaeology)||lachrymatory|
|breakdown lorry, machine that wrecks, machine that tears down; one that salvages or removes wrecks; rescue vehicle; one who wrecks or tears down buildings as a profession; one who loots shipwrecked or destroyed ships, somebody demolishing buildings or ...||wrecker|
|characterized by weeping, with tears in the eyes||teary-eyed|
|component of water system, display of moving water, system for providing water; water plant, water mill; tears (Slang); urinary system (Slang), system for supplying water||waterworks|
|counterattack, get back at somebody, restrain tears or emotion||fight back|
|cry, cry; fit of crying, cry; shed tears; mourn with tears; exude liquid, drip (as with sweat), express something while crying tears, leak fluid, mourn somebody, spell of crying||weep|
|cry; shed tears; mourn with tears; exude liquid, drip (as with sweat)||weeping (weep)|
|cry; shed tears; mourn with tears; exude liquid, drip (as with sweat)||weeps (weep)|
|cry; shed tears; mourn with tears; exude liquid, drip (as with sweat)||wept (weep)|
|crying, drop of liquid, droplet of fluid from the eye; rip, rend; spree, wild celebration (Informal), excess of liquid in the eyes, liquid bathing the eye, produce tears, single drop of fluid from the eye, teardrop||tear|
|crying, sad, weepy, tending to shed tears; sad; depressed; mournful||lachrymose|
|crying, weeping, likely to cause tears||tearful|
|demanding attention, urgent; conspicuous; reprehensible, desperate, weeping, shedding tears||crying|
|false sadness, tears which are not sincere, hypocritical show of emotion, false tears||crocodile tears|
|filled with tears, full of fluid, having excessive water, lacking force, of or resembling water; full of water (especially in excess); weak, thin, wishy-washy; containing liquid; tearful, relating to or containing water||watery|
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