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lachrymal or lacrimal
adjective: Relating to or inducing tears.
From Latin lacrima (tear). Earliest documented use: 1541.
"She wiped his tears with the edge of her garment, but that made him more lachrymal."
Udai Rathor; Kojia, the Ugly; Strategic Book Publishing; 2012.
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