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Synonyms for mourn

grieve for


  • grieve for
  • miss
  • lament
  • keen for
  • weep for
  • sorrow for
  • wail for
  • wear black for

Synonyms for mourn

to feel, show, or express grief

Words related to mourn

feel sadness

Related Words

observe the customs of mourning after the death of a loved one

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At an order by HM the King, the Royal Court mourns late Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.
The failure to mourn power that is crumbling is rampant among the Catholic monarchy.
So, amazingly, blessed are those who mourn, for when we mourn, we are living in Christ, allowing Jesus' life to live through us.
In Lanzhou, Gansu's capital, some 10,000 people assembled in a main square to mourn victims, it said.
For example, it was difficult to mourn without a body, yet paradoxically many of those who mourned shared that particular experience and became unified by it.
In her madness, however, Ophelia both curses and blesses the community (197) before uniting it again to mourn at her grave (194).
Based on this, I predicted that Eurasian Collared-Doves would show less within-seed-type selectivity for smaller corn and sunflower seeds than Mourn ing Doves, and would select larger corn and sunflower seeds than Mourning Doves.
Blackstrap, CPC, Opposition Critic for Status of Women, Families, and Caregivers): As we mourn the passing of one of our great moral leaders, we must also celebrate the life of Pope John Paul the Second.
Bagpipe Brothers: The FDNY Band's True Story Of Tragedy, Mourning, And Recovery is the true story New York City's Emerald Society Bagpipe Band, who used their instruments to mourn in the and show their respect at the funerals for the victims of the 9/11 attacks, including the 343 firefighters who died and those who were unearthed from the rubble at ground zero.
She ratified a convention of bereavement based on gender and generational divisions: "women and children mourn, while men carry on.
I will not leave you with, "It just takes time to mourn.
Nonetheless, despite our rejoicing in the spirit and the heart that clearly remains, we mourn, shamelessly, the passing of those trappings and of that bureaucracy.
Our readers have been personally affected; some have lost family members, others mourn friends and employees.
Thomas says "Ralph Venning, a 17th-century Puritan, urged believers to mourn over other persons' failings, as well as their own.
Sophie and her older sister Freddie still mourn the death of their little brother from leukemia a few years before.