[ US /ˈwipi/ ]
[ UK /wˈiːpi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. liable to weep easily
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How To Use weepy In A Sentence

  • Half of What We Know," featuring her breathy vocal over a weepy violin and persistent banjo, opens with "Your lonesomeness I know," words inspired by the song "Moonshiner. Michael Bialas: Exploring Some Strange Country With Crooked Still, Aoife O'Donovan
  • Call me a weepy-eyed simp, but I believe that children are our future, if you define ‘future’ as ‘tiny personal slaves.’
  • As a young woman I was a great fan of the caution-to-the-winds romantic gesture, mostly found in books and weepy melodramas.
  • A weepy story of unlucky lovers, this does what it says on the tin. Times, Sunday Times
  • I don't want him to see me all weepy with gratitude.
  • Screenwriters, past and present, with occasional exceptions, are the true for-hire workers in film: a swashbuckler one time, a weepy the next, and who-knows-what to follow.
  • The on-screen chemistry between the two leads makes this drama a classy weepy. The Sun
  • You will return to my blog and blubber all over me in weepy gratitude once you've heard them.
  • I like sad songs, weepy movies, I'm a sentimental drunk.
  • The producer is quite weepy. Times, Sunday Times
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