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See definition of bewailing on Dictionary.com
  • as incomplaining
  • as incry
  • as ingrief
  • as innoise
  • as insobbing
  • as inwailing

synonyms for bewailing

  • grumbling
  • protesting
  • whining
  • accusing
  • bellyaching
  • charging
  • deploring
  • disapproving
  • discontented
  • dissenting
  • fretting
  • lamenting
  • moaning
  • mourning
  • murmuring
  • regretting
  • repining
  • weeping
  • critical
  • malcontent
  • peevish
  • querulous
  • resentful
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antonyms for bewailing

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  • appreciating
  • enjoying
  • praising
  • laugh
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      How to use bewailing in a sentence

      And she, bewailing the losse of her chastitie, killed herselfe.
      THE PALACE OF PLEASURE, VOLUME 1WILLIAM PAINTER
      While she was thus bewailing herself, the grand vizier entered, and asked her if the fish were ready.
      THE ARABIAN NIGHTSUNKNOWN
      His discourse afflicted us sensibly, and we embraced each other, bewailing our deplorable lot.
      THE ARABIAN NIGHTSUNKNOWN
      He flung himself down in a corner of the room, bewailing his fate and cursing his companion with impartial heartiness.
      MRS. VANDERSTEIN'S JEWELSMRS. CHARLES BRYCE
      The men were sullen and the women bewailing their fate at being obliged to leave their belongings behind them.
      A DAUGHTER OF THE UNIONLUCY FOSTER MADISON
      Stanapat ordered the corpse to be washed, the face painted of various colours, while the other Indians surrounded it, bewailing.
      THE TRAPPER'S DAUGHTERGUSTAVE AIMARD
      No gleam anywhere published the presence of frantic parents bewailing the loss of a baby.
      A REVERSIBLE SANTA CLAUSMEREDITH NICHOLSON
      By the sounds that followed George reckoned that Albert was bewailing the loss of his matches.
      LOVE AND THE IRONMONGERF. J. (FREDERICK JOHN) RANDALL
      He walked grimly to camp bewailing his lost opportunity, and devising all kinds of schemes to recover it.
      THE BASTONNAISJOHN LESPERANCE
      When Rome thus fell before Alaric, so far from the provincial Christians bewailing her misfortune, they actually gloried in it.
      HISTORY OF THE INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT OF EUROPE, VOLUME I (OF 2)JOHN WILLIAM DRAPER
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      WORDS RELATED TO BEWAILING

      • accusing
      • bellyaching
      • bewailing
      • charging
      • critical
      • deploring
      • disapproving
      • discontented
      • dissenting
      • fretting
      • grumbling
      • lamenting
      • malcontent
      • moaning
      • mourning
      • murmuring
      • peevish
      • protesting
      • querulous
      • regretting
      • repining
      • resentful
      • weeping
      • whining
      Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.