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misty-eyed

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Definition of misty-eyed in English:

adjective

Having tears in one’s eyes through emotion: the bittersweet ending leaves even the toughest of guys misty-eyed
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  • Some 30 years later, Lisi still gets a bit misty-eyed at the memory of that first meeting.
  • Getting the four of us round the farmhouse kitchen table these days is a similarly misty-eyed aim.
  • Discussion of Byrne's old band signifies more than just misty-eyed nostalgia nowadays.

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