to shed bitter tears; to cry one's heart out
- He doesn't give two hoots for all your weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth!"
- To weep inconsolably for a long time.
- When her pet dog died my daughter wept her heart out.
- The rulers have resorted to exhortations, pleading tearfully for restored confidence.
- They came to a house in which lived a man named Chen Cheng and his family. The whole family was crying.
- Wagg wept before Fich, and implored his dear friend to intercede for him
- `I've lost my daddy,' the little boy cried/sobbed/wept/whimpered/wailed.
- I've lost my daddy,' the little boy cried/sobbed/wept/whimpered/wailed
- appropriate shed
- The bicycles are kept under a shed.
- There is a small shed in the midst of the forest.
- The medicine is as bitter as gall.
- They have been racked by bitter quarrels.
- The discussion deteriorated into a bitter quarrel.
- My old pants have a tear.
- The accident unlocked a flood of tears.
- Tears well in her eyes.