Lamentation [noun]

Definition of Lamentation:

grief, complaint

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Sentence/Example of Lamentation:

Let them hasten and take up a lamentation for us: let our eyes shed tears, and our eyelids run down with waters.

And Mathathias and his sons rent their garments, and they covered themselves with haircloth, and made great lamentation.

And all the people of Israel bewailed him with great lamentation, and they mourned for him many days.

And the marriage was turned into mourning, and the noise of their musical instruments into lamentation.

What combined lamentation disturbs the whole palace with its harrowing intensity?

A lamentation which they chanted on Mt Hacavitz has considerable historical importance.

From without––from the vastness of sea and night––came a confused and distant wail, as of the lamentation of a multitude.

Old Richard was so much affected by this that he joined in the cry of lamentation.

When he resumed the theme on his banishment from Court in 1592, he would feel that he had solid cause for lamentation.

It was written with true feeling, but in a manly style, without one word of vain lamentation.