Portuguese translation of 'tearful'
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Example Sentences Including 'tearful'
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There were many tearful farewells.Titanic - Destination disaster (1987)
But talking about his life it turns angry and almost tearful.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Feeling tearful and angry is completely normal.The Sun (2014)
He admits he was drinking too much and getting angry and tearful.The Sun (2015)
If something makes me sad or tearful, you're going to see it.The Sun (2014)
People can get angry and tearful - it's about helping them to have a dignified exit.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The tearful platform farewell was a charade.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
But they don't want you being all sad and tearful.The Sun (2014)
It could so easily have been a tearful farewell.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
As he scrolls through them, he becomes more tearful.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
But he reassured the tearful mother he would do all he could to ensure both parents get time with Ethan.The Sun (2015)
From her account, a taxi driver identified her family and brought about a tearful reunion.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He survived in hospital for five days until the family finally had to say their tearful goodbyes.The Sun (2006)
He then had a tearful reunion with his dad and brothers after 22 years.The Sun (2013)
It was a very tearful goodbye to a show I have loved being part of.The Sun (2013)
Last night his tearful uncle said: 'After coming out of prison he made a lot of improvement and it looked like he was turning his life around.The Sun (2016)
Millions of viewers saw her make a tearful exit from last night's show.The Sun (2015)
She was then reunited with her tearful mum at 6pm on Wednesday.The Sun (2016)
She's been very tearful at times.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The tearful father said: 'I can only imagine what was going on inside to give up his life to save his brother.The Sun (2011)
They had that tearful reunion and were about to get back together.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Yesterday Madeleine's tearful mum was forced to sit just feet from him on the same court bench.The Sun (2013)
But while they urged wayward men to dwell on their tearful, praying mothers, crusade leaders marginalized the women in their midst.Christianity Today (2000)
During these experiences his excitement would disappear and he would become tearful.Know Your Own Mind (1991)
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British English: tearful ADJECTIVE
If someone is tearful, their face or voice shows signs that they have been crying or that they want to cry.
She became very tearful when pressed to talk about it.
Translation of tearful from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary