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
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Can't they just dry their eyes and get on with running the country which is falling apart all around us?
The Elves and the Pixies Are whispering The Gnomes and Goblins too The news is out There's magic about It's a fairytale come true The Court Jester He's been summoned The horses have all been shoed All we need Is a blessing indeed And that only comes from God And spring herself Is coming With flowers in her hair And I do here tell Dignities as well Are coming from Everywhere Our future King will Wed His Queen The world in awe will sigh Young girls with dreams Will dry their eyes And wave their Prince goodbye Say what you will This country is The greatest so I say Stand up be proud Sing out loud Let's toast This Royal Wedding Day.
But British fans of the Aussie soap can dry their eyes.
Aye, OK, it's probably not ideal in this day and age that Celtic and Rangers are set to have Tennent's emblazoned across their jerseys but I wish some of the do-gooders would just shut up and dry their eyes.
MANY chance the Rangers fans could dry their eyes and stop whinging about the big nasty Lloyds banking group?