bewail[ bih-weyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF bewail
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Yet not once in the course of that trip did he bewail his fate.
In women, it is reckoned becoming to bewail their loss; in men, to remember it.
When we argue that we weep the dead, it would be more true to say that we bewail the living.
They did nothing but regret the past and bewail the present.
I ventured to bewail my fate a little, but that did not seem to advance my cause.
Wit you well that ever will I bewail the death of my dear friend, Sir Gareth.
And now that God has granted my prayer, I bewail His way of doing it.
Now they shout and cheer, now they lament and bewail, as loud as they can.
The gods will welcome me; there is nothing to bewail in death.
It is true, we did not bewail the absence of our companions.