lament

show feel great sorrow 
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Lament

See elegy.
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lament

[n] - a cry of sorrow and grief 2. [v] - express grief verbally
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Lament

Any poem expressing mournful regret or profound grief over the loss of some person or former state, or for some other misfortune.
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Lament

A song of mourning
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Lament

La·ment' intransitive verb [ French lamenter , Latin lamentari , from lamentum a lament.] To express or feel sorrow; to weep or wail; to mourn. « Jeremiah lamented for Josiah.» 2 Chron. xxxv. 25. « Ye shall weep and lament , but the world
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Lament

La·ment' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Lamented ; present participle & verbal noun Lamenting .] To mourn for; to bemoan; to bewail. « One laughed at follies, one lamented crimes.» Dryden. S
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Lament

La·ment' noun [ Latin lamentum . Confer Lament , v. ] 1. Grief or sorrow expressed in complaints or cries; lamentation; a wailing; a moaning; a weeping. « Torment, and loud lament , and furious rage.» Milton. 2. An el
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lament

keen verb express grief verbally; `we lamented the death of the child`
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lament

plaint noun a cry of sorrow and grief; `their pitiful laments could be heard throughout the ward`
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lament

bewail verb regret strongly; `I deplore this hostile action`; `we lamented the loss of benefits`
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Lament

• (v. i.) To express or feel sorrow; to weep or wail; to mourn. • (v.) Grief or sorrow expressed in complaints or cries; lamentation; a wailing; a moaning; a weeping. • (v. t.) To mourn for; to bemoan; to bewail. • (v.) An elegy or mournful ballad, or the like.
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lament

a nonnarrative poem expressing deep grief or sorrow over a personal loss. The form developed as part of the oral tradition along with heroic poetry ... [1 related articles]
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lament

  1. a cry of sorrow and grief
  2. a song or hymn of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person

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lament

In literature, an expression of mourning or deep sorrow. A lament may be found in the form of an elegy or a dirge. Often laments are poems, and are frequently set to music
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Lament

A formulaic expression of grief or sorrow for the loss of a person, position, or culture. It is typi
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