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adjective as in afflicted

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This cocktail can keep you warm around the fire pit — and you can make it there, tooThis year I’ve wrestled with what’s okay to grieve.

Our hearts are with his loved ones, and our care team is grieving his loss.

As a superstar tasked with creating relatable pop songs, she knows that everyone has a bloodline to grieve.

If they have something to grieve during this time, Walker says, that also means they have much to be thankful for.

Some families are grieving the dead, while others may be adjusting to the crisis’s long-term effects.

And also if you have a taste for excellent television you would have watched it already and grieved alongside the rest of us.

Along with the rest of the world, my family grieved the attacks of 9/11.

“The thing that I grieved most about that day was the fact that I had to withdraw my green-card application,” Sullivan said.

Thousands grieved when Madonna Badger lost her children and her parents in a Christmas-morning fire.

It has taken me until now to fully understand why: I feel profoundly grieved for my country.

While he grieved over the loss of our little one, you conceived a vile plot to 'get even,' Oh, you—liar!

This grieved the sisters, and in moments of irritation they went so far as to blame one another.

For as she rejoiced at thy ruin, and was glad of thy fall: so shall she be grieved for her own desolation.

I am grieved to say that Mr. Billings remarked, "Let's go aboard the blank, and capsize the whole blank trunk."

Lady Blanche, on hearing of the death of her lover, was terribly grieved, and is still abroad.


On this page you'll find 236 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grieved, such as: afflicted, concerned, damaged, distressed, impressed, and overwhelmed.

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