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Synonyms for grieve

Synonyms for grieve

to cause suffering or painful sorrow to

to feel, show, or express grief

Synonyms for grieve

cause to feel sorrow


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After spending three weeks learning the survival essentials from Alaska's native Athabascan Indians, Mr Grieve will head off into the wilderness with just his hunting dog for company.
Mr Grieve conceded the Metropolitan police had serious flaws.
Grieve, of Dunfermline, Fife, admitted possessing the images at his former home in Tillicoultry, Clacks, last August.
Mr Grieve, 30, is giving up his high powered suits and daily commutes to his Edinburgh office to embark on a 12-month expedition to one of the world's most extreme habitats.
Back then, they didn't keep pitch counts,'' Grieve said.
Mr Grieve, a retired barrister and former circuit judge, won his seat in the 1964 by-election shortly after taking silk.
Grieve allegedly offered sweets to a 12-year-old girl, placed her in a state of fear and alarm, causing a breach of the peace.
Mrs Grieve has lived beside the Bridgewater Canal for the past 13 years and until recently spent many hours walking the tow-path with her dog Dazzel, now sadly departed.
Mr Grieve said his consideration of the evidence was far from over but he was taking this exceptional step on the basis of the evidence he has already read.
Mr Grieve, aged 72, was presented with his award by Canoldir's president, David Bradnock MBE, and chairman Peter Mitchell, at a special lunch celebrating the choir's 40th anniversary.
He added: "To grieve you need something to grieve over.
A player firmly entrenched on the NHL/minor-league borderline, Grieve has played for 10 different teams in his seven-year professional career.
The man said he reported Keith Grieve, 57, to police because the accused also worked with young footballers.
The fire, which broke out yesterday, destroyed a large part of the WM Grieve and Son's garage in Barrasford village in Northumberland.
George Grieve had attacked the woman after she fell asleep on a sofa at her home while he was watching television.