grieve[ greev ]SEE DEFINITION OF grieve
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRIEVE
Many a rod, I grieve to say, was worn to the stump on that unlucky night.
Every method which I tried to console her seemed to grieve her more.
He saw the change, but it did not grieve him; he hailed the omens which he drew from it.
She did not pine or grieve; she only began slowly to wonder what she could do for Eben now.
I grieve to say that you were right in your estimate of his character.
I grieve to see that it is already bearing evil fruit in you.
Then he added, raising his voice, "I grieve to inform the society—in secret."
I only grieve they cannot be put in execution with the promptitude that I desire.
But I grieve to say that I can spare you only a very few moments.'
If you and I and he could die together, there would be none to feel sorry, or to grieve for us.