[ mawr-ner, mohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF mourner
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Behind the coach, the mourner, for whom the coach was intended, walking in the dust.

No doubt he made his living as mourner at funerals to which no other mourners came.

Did ever mourner plead with thee, And thou refuse that mourner's plea?

As she screamed she struck down at the mourner with her clenched fist.

But what Gilgamesh is not permitted to hear, the mourner is told.

The question uppermost in the mind of the mourner is "Will the dead return?"

The name is from the Egyptian, as applied to a mourner or a singer at a funeral.

Even if he knew him well, his face changed when he saw a mourner.

I am going to find a mourner,' answered the bear, and told his story.

I wanted to tell him the day on which I must say the mourner's prayer for him, but I had forgotten it.