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synonyms for wailer

  • pallbearer
  • griever
  • sorrower
  • weeper
  • bemoaner
  • bereaved person
  • condoler
  • keener
  • repiner
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How to use wailer in a sentence

He threatened the wailer with his fist, and the black cowered down, glaring at him with sullen eyes.
ADVENTUREJACK LONDON
Marie took the poor wailer from her with a divine motion and carried it to the hearth.
THE LADY OF FORT ST. JOHNMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD
Then follows the story: Luisa, the Wailer, in life was a woman of the people, very beautiful.
LEGENDS OF THE CITY OF MEXICOTHOMAS A. JANVIER
After weeping over her dead body he sets out in search of a Wailer.
RUSSIAN FAIRY TALESW. R. S. RALSTON
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WORDS RELATED TO WAILER

  • bemoaner
  • bereaved person
  • condoler
  • griever
  • keener
  • pallbearer
  • repiner
  • sorrower
  • wailer
  • weeper
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.