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mental anguish or pain caused by loss or despair

Synonyms for grief

intense sorrow caused by loss of a loved one (especially by death)

something that causes great unhappiness

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Mr Grieves, of Horsley Hill Road, South Shields, said: "I'm looking forward to visiting the cemeteries.
The extraordinary chain of events began when Grieves changed to his second bike and won heat 13 to earn a place in the next race as a tactical substitute chasing double points off a 15 metre handicap.
Franc was his usual brilliant self after that, combining with Grieves twice to defeat Thorp in the closing stages.
Scotland international Grieves was realistic enough to state previously: "I know I am never going to be world champion and I'd settle for being a regular in the Premier League top 10.
Grieves and Franc each scored 13 and the only visitor to defeat them was Emiliano Sanchez, whose brilliant display of fast, outside overtaking brought him a 16-point haul.
James Grieves and guest reserve Craig Branney gave standout perform-ances as Newcastle Diamonds defeated Stoke Potters 51-39 in a Premier Trophy match at Brough Park last night, (writes Barry Wallace).
Newcastle's James Grieves stole the show at Edinburgh where the Diamonds went down 53-43 in a thrill-a-minute Premier Trophy match last night.
Newcastle Diamonds added more power to the top end of next year's team by snapping up James Grieves on loan from Elite League club Wolverhampton last night.
BEDLINGTON biker Danny Grieves has ridden his way to glory, writes SAM BLACKLOCK.
The bulldog, called Bullseye, was this week seen on Channel 5's Police Interceptors thrashing around with PC James Grieves and his police dog Boas as the pair were responding to reports of an alleged knifepoint robbery.
JAMES GRIEVES believes Glasgow "Finding Nemo" could be the key to trophy success.
HUDDERSFIELD solicitors Grieves is holding a toy appeal for the Brian Jackson Centre in Huddersfield for the second year running.
Partnering with Charlon Bobo of Standing In POWER, together they are committed to delivering a message of inspiration and hope for anyone who grieves loss, but wants to use it as a catalyst for personal and planetary transformation.
Nicola Love, 20, from Maghera, Co Derry, is accused of killing Gary Grieves, 46, and 15-year-old Kelly McGoldrick.
Meanwhile, Glasgow ace James Grieves aims to continue where he left off last Sunday as Tigers face Berwick Bandits today at Ashfield.