Definition of Tearer. Meaning of Tearer. Synonyms of Tearer

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Definition of Tearer

Tearer
Tearer Tear"er, n. One who tears or rends anything; also, one who rages or raves with violence.

Meaning of Tearer from wikipedia

- Tears are a clear liquid secreted by the lacrimal glands (tear gland) found in the eyes of all land mammals (except for goats and rabbits). Their functions...
- Tear, Tears or Tearing may refer to: Tearing, the act of ripping fabric or other materials Tears, a watery secretion from the eyes Robert Tear (1939–2011)...
- Tearing is the act of breaking apart a material by force, without the aid of a cutting tool. A tear in a piece of paper, fabric, or some other similar...
- No Tears may refer to: No Tears (TV serial), a 2002 Irish docudrama miniseries aired on RTÉ One No Tears (EP), by Tuxedomoon, or the title song, "No Tears...
- "Tears, Idle Tears" is a lyric poem written in 1847 by Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809–1892), the Victorian-era English poet. Published as one of the "songs"...
- The Tears were an English rock supergroup formed in 2004 by ex-Suede bandmates Brett Anderson and Bernard Butler. The duo were a much anti****ted reunion...
- "This Is Not For Tears" is the tenth and final episode of the second season of the HBO satirical comedy-drama television series Succession, and the 20th...
- The Valley of Tears (Hebrew: עֵמֶק הַבָּכָא‎, Emek HaBakha) is the name given to an area in the Golan Heights after it became the site of a major battle...
- Tears for Fears are an English pop rock band formed in Bath, England, in 1981 by Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith. Founded after the dissolution of their...
- Crocodile tears (or superficial sympathy) is a false, insincere display of emotion such as a hypocrite crying fake tears of grief. The phrase derives from...
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