To wound or injure by or as if by rending; lacerate.
drop of the saline, watery fluid continually secreted by the lacrimal glands between the surface of the eye and the eyelid, serving to moisten and lubricate these
parts and keep them clear of foreign particles.

To pull apart or in pieces by force, especially so as to leave ragged or irregular edges.
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to move or behave with force, violent haste, or energy.
to pull or snatch violently; wrench away with force.
a rage or passion; violent flurry or outburst.
to distress greatly.
to divide or disrupt.
this fluid appearing in or flowing from the eye as the result of emotion, especially grief.
Proving that not all tears are alike, Maurice Mikkers showcases their beautiful varieties under a microscope. The Dutch photographer gathered his friends and spent an evening experimenting, asking them to come over and “pick a way they would like to cry.” Participants could choose from cutting onions, eating hot peppers, looking into a fan, or from emotion (like happiness and sadness). Mikkers then captured every shed tear with a micropipet and dispensed them on a slide. The results are a remarkable look at the scientific structure of crying.

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