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Synonyms for lament

Synonyms for lament

to feel, show, or express grief

Synonyms for lament

a cry of sorrow and grief

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a song or hymn of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person

a mournful poem

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express grief verbally

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Prayers of lament are an important way to express our longings, disappointments, and pain to God.
Most importantly for our purposes, TBCII provides an elaborated version of the fight with and lament over Fer Diad, included in the edition of TBCII, also edited by Cecile O'Rahilly, at lines 2606-3608--the episode in TBCII is almost 400 lines longer than the version in TBCT's Yellow Book of Lecan, and features an extended 26-stanza lament performed by Cu Chulainn over Fer Diad's body.
Throughout the play, the Trojan women lament the loss of the land where they were brought up.
This book is a welcome addition to the library of Assyriologists and Biblicists alike and the new critical edition Samet has given us will aid scholars in furthering our understanding of the Lament over Ur and related texts.
I lament the loss of compassion in certain areas of the UK.
The most important difference between the two types of laments is the fact that City Laments are about specific cities, whereas Cultic Laments are texts that lament in more general terms.
From Sweden Two Women Lament Our Countries; A Little Beauty In A World Of Brutes Arab women who now live in Sweden put together a video that laments the current realities of the Middle East.
LAMENT OF THE DEAD: PSYCHOLOGY AFTER JUNG'S RED BOOK reassesses psychology in light of religion and history and gathers a series of some fifteen conversations on the subject over a two-year time span, considering how the original Red Book discussions changed perspectives on Jung's works.
Lament of the dead; psychology after Jung's Red Book.
We lament the pervasive, arrogant abuse of power at all levels.
Blue February, Lament and For You, the shelf installations, include hundreds of wheel-thrown-and-altered tea bowls, cups, cylinders and beakers, in various assemblies and positions.
This word represents not just a lament, but a violent lament--used, for example, in Greek translations to render the Hebrew term "roaring" of Job 3:24.
2 The Lament Students will continue - Facts & Questions to rehearse Frobisher handout Bay.
With the recent destruction of their ancestral homes, women have raised their voices in lament, breaching social convention and the taboo that lamentation should not be performed without a deceased.
I wondered what would come to me regarding the decade of lament