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The thugs had just been bemoaning the continued lack of respect they received from the five families.

Certain of us have made careers out of bemoaning the failure of religious people to adopt this same attitude.

All around us, pundits spend their time bemoaning the pitiable state of men.

Thankfully, busy though we are bemoaning the end of values, some are not beyond evaluating their worth in the first place.

But most of the bemoaning is because the art world is stuffed full of bemoaners, bemoaning about everything.

Graceful vainly endeavored to recall him to life; then, bemoaning his fate, he fastened him with a pin to his hat like a cockade.

He knew that nothing could be gained by bemoaning the fate that had happened to them.

The mother left it on one occasion in the charge of a servant-girl, who sat bemoaning herself.

All that day he sat by the water bemoaning his ill-luck and praying for better fortune.

He sent wheat and money to the army, and went about bemoaning that his only son fought under the English flag.


On this page you'll find 187 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bemoaning, such as: bearish, cantankerous, captious, carping, censorious, and complaining.

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