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English definition of “weepy”

weepy

adjective uk   /ˈwiː.pi/ us  
sad and likely to cry: I'd just waved Peter off at the airport and was feeling a bit weepy.

weepy

noun [C] uk (also weepie)   /ˈwiː.pi/ informal us  
a film or a book that makes people want to cry because it is sad: If I were you I'd take some tissues to the cinema - it's a real weepy.
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