He refused even to grant her tearful request for Magdeburg.
Prince Vasili pronounced these last words in a tearful voice.
At that moment the first smith got up and, scratching his bruised face to make it bleed, shouted in a tearful voice: Police!
Her tearful plea made him angry that he hadn't been able to protect her as he should have.
Tabloids reported that her first days were tearful, as Paris was only allowed one hour each day away from the confines of her cell.
Other times, both men and women will talk of their high school boyfriends and girlfriends, and once the alcohol starts flowing, viewers get tearful admissions of cheating or still being in love.
I went over to her for a hug, feeling tearful.
They may also seem irritable, tearful or agitated.
The spirit of more simple and innocent times live on through the movie's soundtrack, a classic mixture of '50s do wop, tearful love songs, and old time rock-n-roll.
Suddenly, to my surprise, I realized I felt quite tearful.
This is the first time the married couples have seen each other in two weeks, so in some cases it involves tearful reunions and promises of renewed love.
After telling a tearful Jenni good-bye and contemplating the ring in his jacket after her departure, the audience was led to believe he'd propose to Deanna.
It is not unusual for couples to feel tense, nervous, excited or even tearful during the planning of their wedding.
Lily's place is with Charlie and she bids Sophie a tearful farewell.
tearful moments, but this time it has been for all the right reasons.
The Miss USA winner, who just turned 21, had a tearful apology at the press conference and expressed her gratitude for Trump's kindness.
This is the location of the farewell party where the city said its tearful goodbyes to Take That.
He was noted to be tearful and emotionally labile during the assessment.
Standing in front of said structure is a tearful Englishman sporting a ponytail.
tearful at one point, but at least that Mrs Dubber knew how upset I was.
She is not eating or sleeping and is very tearful.
Felt knackered all day today and tonight I feel really tearful.
There, over an almost tearful glass, they debated their position.
On coming around, the child is confused, drowsy and often tearful, but does not remember what happened.
She was more affected than I'd thought and became quite tearful.
get tearful about your groove on we might easily the garlic capital.
The 31-year-old appeared tearful as he delivered a statement he wrote last night following the defeat to Portugal in the World Cup quarter-final.
Jasmine spots Daz hovering close by, and she goes to check he's okay after noting that he looks tearful.
tearful for no apparent reason.
She held a handkerchief to her eyes and her face was tearful.
I remember waving a tearful farewell on the station - a real wartime scene.
With tearful eyes I said, ' My son, I am a poor, helpless widow.
Feeling ' low ', ' miserable ' and tearful for no apparent reason.
disappear when my life became so painful and tearful?
tearful eyes I said, ' My son, I am a poor, helpless widow.
We ve had some tearful moments, but this time it has been for all the right reasons.
Expect complete strangers to hug each other amid tearful scenes.
Get tearful about your groove on we might easily the garlic capital.
Tearful Goodbyes-Understand that your child may shed a few tears on her first few days.
Many women commonly find themselves tearful, upset at the slightest trigger, with a distinct inability to concentrate.
You may feel depressed, tearful, angry or anxious for no apparent reason.
My wife had been contacted, we had a tearful reunion.
She was more affected than I 'd thought and became quite tearful.
Being moody and irritable - easily upset, ' ratty ' or tearful becoming withdrawn - avoiding friends, family and regular activities.
I got a bit tearful at one point, but at least that Mrs Dubber knew how upset I was.
tearful farewell on the station - a real wartime scene.
tearful goodbyes to Take That.
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