bemoan[ bih-mohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF bemoan
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEMOAN
People grieve and bemoan themselves, but it is not half so bad with them as they say.
I hold it folly in him who must die that he should bemoan himself.
After such a fight, are you fool enough to bemoan a victory?
Opening out her bundle of dried meat, she began to eat and bemoan her fate.
Boys, we must not bemoan our loss in the face of such a catastrophe as this.
What I bemoan is the growing prevalence of the brutal truth.
They speak of their wives and children, and bemoan their own probable fate.
I returned home on the 8th, full of sadness, and to bemoan my loss.
And yet do they always try to win, and do not bemoan their fate if they lose.
I bemoan them not who can make a din, and all the fields ado, for a lost Saviour.