Synonyms and related words:
awash, bathed, bawling, blubbering, cascading, cry, crying, dangling, deluged, dependent, depending, dipped, dissolved in tears, drenched, dribbling, dripping, dripping wet, drowned, effusion, engulfed, excretion, exfiltration, external secretion, extravasation, exudation, falling, falling loosely, filtering, filtration, fit of crying, flood of tears, flooded, flowing, good cry, greet, hanging, hung, immersed, in tears, internal secretion, inundated, lachryma, lachrymal, lachrymose, lachrymosity, lacrimation, lacrimatory, lactation, leaching, lixiviation, macerated, melting mood, ooze, oozing, overflowed, overflowing eyes, pendent, pending, pendulant, pendular, penduline, pendulous, pensile, percolating, percolation, permeated, ready to cry, saturated, secernment, secreta, secretion, seep, seepage, seeping, sniveling, soaked, soaking, soaking wet, soaky, sobbing, sodden, soggy, sopping, sopping wet, soppy, soused, steeped, straining, submerged, submersed, suspended, swamped, swinging, tear, tear bottle, teardrop, tearful, tearful eyes, tearfulness, tears, teary, transudation, waterlogged, watersoaked, weep, weepiness, weepy, weltering, whelmed, whimpering, with eyes suffused, wringing wet

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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