Bereaved [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Bereaved:

Doughty doesn’t just want to keep the bereaved from getting ripped off, as Mitford set out to do.

If the only way to get that information is from the bereaved family, you and your colleagues should nominate one person who can handle the situation with diplomacy and empathy.

At its most touching, it is the bereaved forgiving the murderer.

Yet will not the heart be bereaved of its vision; it still sees a smile of tenderness in the universe.

This occurred in July, 1854, and the troubles of the bereaved family did not end here.

Desmarets, bereaved, sold his place to Martin Falleix's brother and left Paris in despair.

Moselekatse is a lion; he conquered nations, he robbed the strong ones, he bereaved mothers, he took away the son of Kheri.

Manga Colorada, bereaved and with blackened face, lay in wait for the first step of the emigrants outside of their city of refuge.

Then in pious resignation he said, "If I am bereaved of my children, I am bereaved," and hurried away his sons.

He knew that she was not with Dorian, and also knew that the bereaved young husband had been told that his young bride was dead.