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cry one's eyes (or heart) out

Definition of cry one's eyes or heart out in English:

Weep bitterly and at length: I cried my eyes out when he fired me
More example sentences
  • I thrown myself into Chloe's bed, hugging her doll tight, crying my heart out with bitterness.
  • You spend your days and nights crying your eyes out.
  • The relatives of the victims were crying their eyes out too.
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