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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdry-eyedˌdry-ˈeyed adjective  CRYnot crying
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dry-eyedGoing about her daily routine, Wilson was dry-eyed, as she knew Mrs Browning would be for a while yet.They emerged dry-eyed but also with a dry heart.She was dry-eyed but her expression just faintly betrayed a struggle against the pain of her injury.She sat dry-eyed for what felt like hours, then she had a long bath and washed her hair.Julia, stunned but dry-eyed, had given her statement to the police.In the first car Sarah sat dry-eyed, staring out at the passing roads.
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