shed a tear


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shed a tear

To cry or weep, especially from grief; to grieve or mourn in general. Everyone in the room was shedding tears by the end of the ceremony. Their relationship had soured so much over the years that John didn't shed a tear when he heard of his brother's death.
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Summary: Barack Obama shed a tear as he thanked young campaign workers, the day after he was re-elected as President of the United States.
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Although from reports, people may have shed a tear from riding these two coasters .
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