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Saltos de línea: grieve

verbo

[no object]
1Feel intense sorrow: she grieved for her father
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • ‘I've buried my son and grieved for him, but now I want to know what happened and nobody's coming up with any answers,’ said the mother-of-three.
  • Kidman plays Anna, a well-heeled Manhattanite who has grieved for her dead husband Sean for a decade; trying to move on, she is preparing to re-marry.
  • Silent tears washed away the blood on our faces as we grieved for our lost comrades.
Sinónimos
mourn, lament, be mournful, be sorrowful, sorrow, be sad, be miserable;
cry, sob, weep, shed tears, keen, weep and wail, beat one's breast;
suffer, ache, be in anguish, be distressed, be in distress, eat one's heart out
1.1 [with object] Feel intense sorrow about: he is still grieving his mother’s death
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • And as the size of the death-toll becomes clearer, I fear there will be scarcely a community in our country where families are not grieving the loss of a loved one.
  • There is no reading, there are no words, that can truly comfort those who are grieving the loss of their loved ones today.
  • They are also grieving the loss of my beloved son.
1.2 [with object] Cause great distress to (someone): [with object and infinitive]: it grieves me to think of you in that house alone
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The death of any innocent person should grieve us all regardless of nationality, political affiliation, wealth, creed, race, colour or gender.
  • It grieves me to see people smoking, especially young people and, in particular, young girls.
  • It grieves me to think all our hard work is being spoilt by a minority.
Sinónimos
hurt, wound, pain, harrow, sting, gall;
sadden, upset, distress, devastate, cause suffering to, crush, break someone's heart, make someone's heart bleed, hit someone hard

Derivados

griever

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sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The only sound heard over the murmur of the grievers was the opening and closing of the church doors.
  • It is important for grievers to find at least one person with whom they can share their true feelings.
  • It can be comforting to the griever to know that you are not frightened away by his or her grief.

Origen

Middle English (also in the sense 'harm, oppress'): from Old French grever 'burden, encumber', based on Latin gravare, from gravis 'heavy, grave' (see grave2).

Palabras que riman con grieve

achieve, believe, breve, cleave, conceive, deceive, eve, greave, heave, interleave, interweave, khedive, leave, misconceive, naive, Neve, peeve, perceive, reave, receive, reive, relieve, reprieve, retrieve, sheave, sleeve, steeve, Steve, Tananarive, Tel Aviv, thieve, underachieve, upheave, weave, we've, Yves

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grieve 2 Saltos de línea: grieve

sustantivo

Scottish

Origen

Late 15th century: related to reeve1.

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