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August 9th- Lachrymose

Sorry I missed Sunday, but I dated it to make it seem like I did, hope that's okay.

lachrymose

\LAK-ruh-mohs\ , adjective:
1. Generating or shedding tears; given to shedding tears; suffused with tears; tearful.
2. Causing or tending to cause tears.


Example:
The new Nicholas Sparks movie is bound to have a lachrymose ending. Have your tissues ready!

Origin:
Lachrymose is from Latin lacrimosus, from lacrima
Tags: adjective, l, latin
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