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Past tense and past participle of weep.
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the past tense and past participle of weep
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v. wept, weep•ing,
1. to express an overpowering emotion, esp. grief, by shedding tears; shed tears; cry.
2. to let fall drops of water or other liquid; drip; leak: a water tank weeping at the seams.
3. to exude water or liquid, as a plant stem or a sore.v.t.
4. to weep for (someone or something); mourn with tears; bewail: He wept his dead brother.
5. to shed (tears); pour forth in weeping.
6. to let fall or give forth in drops: trees weeping an odorous gum.
7. to pass, bring, put, etc., to or into a specified condition with the shedding of tears (usu. fol. by away, out, etc.): to weep one's eyes out.n.
8. weeping, or a fit of weeping.
9. the exudation of water or liquid.
[before 900; Middle English wepen, Old English wēpan to wail, c. Old Saxon wōpian, Old High German wuofan to bewail, Old Norse æpa to shout]
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weptpret & pp de weep
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