lamentations

[ lam-uh n-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF lamentations

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The seaman and travelers awaited their end with lamentations.

The tears and lamentations in the drawing-room were irresistible.

Her days and nights were passed in lamentations, tears, and prayers.

The news he gave them was to be read in the lamentations with which they disturbed the morning air.

No, certainly Uthoug junior had not come with lamentations and condolences.

Leaving Corny to his lamentations, the duke walked towards the door.

I saw that the lout was astonished not to hear the lamentations he expected.

But it was of lamentations and entreaties that she was really afraid.

They spoke not a word, and turned a deaf ear to all our lamentations and complaints.

But the others could utter nothing but lamentations, “Ay de mi!”