dry (one's) eyes

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dry (one's) eyes

To stop crying; to wipe away tears from one's eyes. Come, come, dry your eyes; I'll be back before you even know it! I know he's upset, but he needs to dry his eyes before coming out to meet our guests.
See also: dry, eye
References in classic literature ?
Let me dry my eyes, and shut up my paper for the day.
So I'd better take my hankies to dry my eyes over the tales of hard-pressed fat cats who would have to consume less caviar under my proposals
At the end, a Warriors in Pink scarf was handed out to everyone in the theatre, which I suitably used to dry my eyes.
The Ashes Sky Sports 1, 10am I FINALLY managed to dry my eyes yesterday having been dripping tears of joy ever since watching the second-innings batting heroics of Paul Collingwood, James Anderson and Monty Panesar in the First Ashes Test, writes Steve Palmer.
Martin said: "Sadly I was the one who needed the Kleenex to dry my eyes and not Alvaro.
Sorry darling It's not a debate, He removed his arms from my sides, Then eventually told me to dry my eyes, I have to get my life back on track, I'm 16 now, nine years have past, The innocence can never last, I'm at his grave, drowning my sorrows, I now know there's not always a tomorrow.