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Related to repine: bewilderment, impinge, indubitably, multifaceted
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express discontent

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But the Lord forbid that I should repine under any visitation.
REPINE A To feel discontent B To put back in time C To fill again or replenish who am I?
Cease to repine at worldly ills, and attend only to the behests of the great thereafter" (268).
A ower lent not given to bud on earth and bloom in Heaven, but I will not repine for Jesus in His bosom wears a ower that once was mine.
For the young men, that were most able and fit for labour and service, did repine that they should spend their time and strength to work for other men's wives and children without any recompense.
pusillus partage l'inhabituelle formule d'insertion de repine dorsale pterygiophore avec repine neurale de 3-12201 et 10+16=26 vertebres.
The petition alleges that energy department Director Bob Repine applied state law incorrectly in certifying Seneca's eligibility for an energy tax credit to be taken over the next five years.
He had missed Kate at first, but his days and nights were too crammed with work and new acquaintance to repine for long.
Figure 1: Pseudoantonyms with the prefix RE-: MINDFUL ~ REMINDFUL MOVE ~ REMOVE PINE ~ REPINE SEARCH ~ RESEARCH SOUND ~ RESOUND SOLVE ~ RESOLVE VIEW ~ REVIEW
Borgman MA, Spinella PC, Perkins JG, Grathwohl KW, Repine T, Beekley AC, Sebesta J, Jenkins D, Wade CE, Holcomb JB.
Once they had already achieved the state of humanity, "what was there for them to repine about?
The media reaction to the Abbey's co-production of The Barbaric Comedies (directed by Calixto Bieito) in Edinburgh (August 2000) and Dublin (October 2000) might have been enough to weaken the resolve of a lesser man, but Barnes did not repine.
Nor can we (though in our Ruin) much repine that we are so little, since He that gave us being is no more.
They are just the rude stories one hears In sadness and mirth, The records of wandering years, And scant is their worth Though their merits indeed are but slight, I shall not repine, If they give you one moment's delight, Old comrades of mine.