Definition of Baby tears
1. Noun. Prostrate or creeping Corsican herb with moss-like small round short-stemmed leaves.
Group relationships: Genus Helxine, Genus Soleirolia, Helxine, Soleirolia
Generic synonyms: Ground Cover, Groundcover
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Literary usage of Baby tears
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1908)
"The baby's tears were soon dried, and he sat and curiously watched his father until he had put the loaves into the pans. It was now half past eight, ..."
2. Aunt Sarah & the War: A Tale of Transformations by Wilfrid Meynell (1915)
"She came, if you please, to thank me—crying like a baby, but no, not a bit like &• baby really, for hers were tears of joy, and a baby's tears are never ..."
3. ... Select Notes on the International Sunday School Lessons by Adolphus Frederick Schauffler (1893)
"(4) A baby's tears. (5) Pharaoh's own daughter. (6) The child's own mother. (7) A royal court. "If God used such apparently feeble instruments to carry ..."
4. Chinese Heart-throbs by Jennie V. Hughes (1920)
"A baby's laughter and a baby's tears, and a baby's demands for attention, for love, for rocking in the little cradle, for carrying in the arms of the great ..."