tearful, prone to crying; thus watery head n., one who cries.
|, ,||Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue.|
|Dict. of the Turf, the Ring, the Chase, etc. 191: A watery head hath the wife, whose nob, like Niobe’s, is all tears.|
|Finish to the Adventures of Tom and Jerry (1889) 149: She was apprehensive that watery-headed jack would never get over his troubles without ‘piping his eyes.’.|
|Swell’s Night Guide 135/2: Water-headed, a snivelling fellow.|
|Londres et les Anglais 318/2: watery headed, individu à tête humide, qui pleure aisément.|
|Little Ragamuffin 115: We don’t want no snivellin’ in our wan neither, so I can tell yer, jolly young watery head!|
|Boy’s Own Paper 13 May 518: Gahn, old watery head! Piped his eye ’cause he warn’t going.|