lament

[ luh-ment ]SEE DEFINITION OF lament

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAMENT

"Yes, but something is always happening," she continued in lament.

This is the unfortunate story that gave rise to my printed poem, "The Lament."

Do not lament my fate; I will always be happy while I know you are so.

He would creep in secret to the temple of the god, and lament because he had lost the princess.

Alas, though I myself should be buried in the ruin, why should I apprehend, or why lament it?

But this was only by way of beginning a long wail of lament.

There was not a family which did not lament her, not a person who has since been consoled.

I have to lament that I cannot bring my mind to accord with the proposed Constitution.

But the lament in Dolly's voice had little effect upon Charles-Norton.

Loudly did he lament her death, and heavy was his heart with sorrow.

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