Lament [verb]

Definition of Lament:

to mourn or grieve deeply

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Sentence/Example of Lament:

When things inevitably begin to get heavy, there are no emotional outbursts, no histrionic laments, no ugly crying.

All we have is a lament for another child our city has lost.

Over the years, his encyclopedic knowledge of the decline—or, more charitably, the evolution—of American industry has crystallized into a kind of lament about the shifting character of the US economy.

And her gates shall lament and mourn, and she shall sit desolate on the ground.

Ethel hesitated a little, and presently answered, "I don't think it can be right to lament for our own sakes so much, is it?"

Hence also the word was particularly used to signify any complaint or lament, or a chant at the burial-service.

Profitable trade was their one aim and the extravagances of their servants and apprentices their increasing lament.

His glowing eyes and the half-choked voice in which he concluded gave an authentic stamp to his lament and pronouncement.

I lament that you should lose 826 your papers, but shall rely much on your memory.

Such was the burden of his lament, which greatly amused the others, especially Bogey and Tinker.