mourners

[ mawr-ner, mohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF mourners
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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This long procession of mourners continued all day Thursday and Friday.

The sun found the Lenape, on the succeeding day, a nation of mourners.

Fell on the anguish and hope in the tearful eyes of the mourners.

I proceeded with the mourners, and soon stood on the brink of the grave.

Of all the mourners, the "laal limber Frenchman" was the most mournful.

The mourners were at the top of the pass, and they saw what had happened.

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

The dead must humor the mourners, he thought, and the sick must comfort the visitors.

There were but three mourners present—herself, her father, and her husband.

I went up and sat for more than an hour with the two mourners.