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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Friend Chris Flindall, 28, said: "His sleepwalking was something we would laugh about - not something we thought we would have to dry our eyes about.
Let's dry our eyes to rebuild Haiti," Preval said at a ceremony held on a flower-decked platform at the University of Notre Dame's nursing school in the capital.
We all need to dry our eyes and acknowledge our winger made a mistake that cost us the tie.