Deplore

• (v. t.) To complain of. • (v. i.) To lament. • (v. t.) To regard as hopeless; to give up. • (v. t.) To feel or to express deep and poignant grief for; to bewail; to lament; to mourn; to sorrow over.
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deplore

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

verb express strong disapproval of; `We deplore the government`s treatment of political prisoners`
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Deplore

De·plore' intransitive verb To lament. Gray.
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Deplore

De·plore' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Deplored ; present participle & verbal noun Deploring .] [ Latin deplorare ; de- + plorare to cry out, wail, lament; probably akin to pluere to rain, a...
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deplore

deplore 1. To regret deeply or strongly; to lament: 'Many people deplore the present state of morality in films, the radio, videos, etc.' 2. To disapprove of; to censure. 3. To feel or to express deep grief for or in regard to something: 'The students deplored the death of their teacher.'
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deplore

express strong disapproval of
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deplore

express strong disapproval of
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deplore

[v] - regret strongly 2. [v] - express strong disapproval of
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