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Things weeping often describes (“weeping ________”)
willow, cross, willows, flower, fire, utterance, birch, hawthorn, ash, mood, post, shouldst, mulberry, place

Descriptive words:
much, bitter, loud, hysterical, great, passionate, violent, uncontrollable, more, silent, quiet, wild, long, soft, excessive, constant, convulsive, sore, uncontrolled, continual, recent, incessant, copious, muffled, unrestrained, sudden, endless, half, noisy, terrible, desperate, sad, suppressed, inconsolable, frequent, continuous, piteous, ever, involuntary, mournful, childish, stifled, helpless, pitiful, gentle, ceremonial, fresh, subdued, profuse, audible, dry, lonely, eternal, frantic, hopeless, tuneful, universal, intense, anguished, ceaseless, secret, grave, perpetual, abundant, emotional, prolonged, joyful, solitary, spasmodic, steady, tearless, angry, spontaneous, inward, nigh, sorrowful, soundless, immoderate, bitterest, psychic, childlike

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Book See weeping used in context: 100+ rhymes, 51 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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