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dry-eyed

adjective uk   /ˌdraɪˈaɪd/ us  
If someone is dry-eyed, that person is not crying, especially in a situation in which you might expect them to be crying: She accused me of being unfeeling because I left the cinema dry-eyed.
Translations of “dry-eyed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不流淚的, 心腸硬的,不易被打動的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不流泪的, 心肠硬的,不易被打动的…
(Definition of dry-eyed from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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