Associations to the word «Weeping»
WEEPING, verb. Present participle of weep
WEEPING, noun. Action of the verb to weep.
WEEPING AND WAILING AND GNASHING OF TEETH, noun. Consternation, worry
WEEPING FIG, noun. A species of ornamental tree also grown in containers indoors, Ficus benjamina.
WEEPING TREE, noun. Any tree with pendulous branches, such as the weeping willow.
WEEPING TREE, noun. A tree from which honeydew or other liquid secretions of insects drip in considerable quantities, especially one infested by the larvae of any species of the genus Ptylus, allied to the cuckoo spits, which in tropical countries secrete large quantities of a watery fluid.
WEEPING TREES, noun. Plural of weeping tree
WEEPING WILLOW, noun. A Peking willow (Salix babylonica) with pendulous branches, native to China.
WEEPING WILLOW, noun. Any of the numerous decorative cultivars and hybrids of Salix babylonica (with white willow (Salix alba) or crack willow (Salix fragilis).
WEEPING WILLOWS, noun. Plural of weeping willow
WEEPING, noun. The process of shedding tears (usually accompanied by sobs or other inarticulate sounds); "I hate to hear the crying of a child"; "she was in tears".
WEEPING, adjective. Showing sorrow.
WEEPING, adjective. Having branches or flower heads that bend downward; "nodding daffodils"; "the pendulous branches of a weeping willow"; "lilacs with drooping panicles of fragrant flowers".
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