Pretty much all the time.
No the word tearful is not a noun. It is an adjective.
Salvador Dali painted the Tearful Watch.
Yes, tearful is a word meaning full of tears or weeping.
* with tears; in a tearful manner; "the man confessed tearfully to having beaten his wife" * In a tearful manner
Fearful, Tearful, Gleeful
crying or going to cry
unhappy upset tearful grief
Depressing, tearful, upsetting
Paradise Hotel - 2003 A Tearful Farewell 2-10 is rated/received certificates of: Netherlands:AL
Yes, it is an adverb. It means in a sad, tearful manner.
It is sad or melancholy; lagrimoso, or in English lachrymose, means tearful.
Gloomy, deppressing, gray, cranky, upset, crying, tearful, devastating, dissapointing
Crying, bawling, weeping, distressed, sad, blubbering, sobbing...
Shameful Republican Party Grievous Lamentable Miserable Mournful Tearful Wretched
The word, Lachrymose, means tearful or given to weeping.
AdverbTearfully will always be an adverb of manner. Adverbs are modifiers of verbs or clauses and sometimes of adjectives, other adverbs, or adverbial phrases. This one is formed from the adjective tearful. In the sentence "Tearfully I hung up the phone," the adverb tearfully modifies the verb hung.By comparison, tearful is an adjective formed from the noun tear. For example, in the sentence "The tearful girl hung up the phone," the adjective tearful is modifying the noun girl.Much more information about adverbs can be found in any good grammar book.
peeved dristraught gutted tearful worried down not happy sad and more......
Maudlin comes from Mary Magdalene, because she was generally portrayed as a tearful penitent.
wail tail, cry lie, tearful earful
Paradise Hotel - 2003 A Tearful Farewell 2-10 was released on: USA: 7 April 2008 Finland: 3 November 2008 Netherlands: 18 July 2009
Gloomy, dreary, electrifying, sorrowful, tearful, dark, stunning, raging, destructive, cold, loud.