grief-stricken


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Synonyms for grief-stricken

Synonyms for grief-stricken

sorrowful through loss or deprivation

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DUBAI -- The grief-stricken father, whose six-year-old son and 33-year-old wife plunged to death on Tuesday morning from the window in a building in Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), received the bodies after returning from Iran, said the police on Wednesday.
IQLIM AL-TUFFAH, Lebanon: Residents of the southern village of Arb-Salim in the Iqlim al-Tuffah area were grief-stricken Saturday following the news of the death of a woman and her unborn baby as she was making her way to hospital.
Owner Jillian Wilson said: "I am absolutely grief-stricken.
Grief-stricken Helen Devereux is bringing up her grandchildren after heroin claimed their mum.
grief-stricken Sharon Wood, mother of Christianne Shepherd, seven, and six-year-old brother Robert, leaves her hotel
Hapke's stepsons, Brent Turnham, 32, and Bradley Turnham, 28, both of Burbank, were grief-stricken at Hapke's slaying, but said they understood his need to help Mende.
Mohammed Parvaiz, owner of South Wales Carpets on Clifton Street, Adamsdown, flew out yesterday to the grief-stricken region in northern Pakistan where 40,000 are estimated to have died.
The need to make sense of a seemingly senseless loss, and the struggle to find beauty in the wake of terrible tragedy, give Her Voice Is Blackberries an unforgettable, keenly honed appreciation for the wonders in life despite the grief-stricken pain inside.
When I saw Bush booed and whistled (whistling being the European boo) at the Pope John Paul II's funeral, and realized that people devout and grief-stricken enough to brave those crowds to attend their religious leader's last rites felt moved even in that solemn context to tell the international cameras what they thought of the American president, it occurred to me--not for the first time, but more strikingly than ever--that most of the world would not buy a used car or a Bill of Rights from this man.
TWO weeks after militants took more than 1, 200 people hostage in a Russian school, children in the grief-stricken town of Beslan returned to classes yesterday accompanied by nervous relatives and armed police.
Grief-stricken by the loss of her family, Green puts thorns on her clothes and nails on her boots, and covers her skin with tattoos of black vines and black roses, renaming herself "Ash.
Officers say that grief-stricken families are too poor to afford repatriation of their loved ones.
who was regarded as one of Rome's greatest emperors, was said to have been grief-stricken when Antinous drowned in the Nile in 130 A.
Using sombre greys, it features a naked male figure raising a bundle of what might be cloth or a sacrifice to God and it refers to Christ's grief-stricken prayer, just before his crucifixion, in the Garden of Gethsemane.
There were many outstanding performances this season by the company's younger dancers: Natalie Desch's grief-stricken mother in Dark Elegies; Bradon McDonald's magnificently satanic Iago in The Moor's Pavane; Kimiye Corwin's vulnerable romanticist in Champion; Zhen Jun Zhang's quicksilver creature in The Winged.