grieved[ greev ]SEE DEFINITION OF grieved
Synonyms for grieved | verbmourn, feel deep distress
- carry on
- cry a river
- eat one's heart out
- hang crepe
- sing the blues
- take it hard
Antonyms for grieved | verbmourn, feel deep distress
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRIEVED
I was oppressed, grieved, sickened, at the sad presentation of humanity.
Ned has grieved for her with bitter self-reproach, though he is happy with Milly.
Before that grieved organ-tone of reproach, Kitty's eyes filled.
But here, I am grieved to tell you, happened a sad misfortune.
I am grieved to be driven to have recourse to the following artifices.
Thousands of years before, when their king had died, the people had grieved.
You said, 'It grieved you that I was poor; that you could not restore to me the luxury and wealth I had lost.'
Everybody in the castle noticed the change in their master, and grieved over it.
He was both vexed and grieved to hear it; grieved on Jenkins's score, vexed on his own.
"I am grieved that it should have happened," said Mr. Galloway, kindly.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR GRIEVED
- down in dumps
- down in mouth
- in doldrums
- in grief
- in the dumps
- out of sorts
- sick at heart