Definición de mourn en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /mɔːn/


[with object]
1Feel or show sorrow for the death of (someone), typically by following conventions such as the wearing of black clothes: Isobel mourned her husband [no object]: she mourned for her friends who died in the accident
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He was lost in battle to his only enemy, and he was mourned for years after his death by the people who had grown to love him.
  • As well as mourning someone's death, one ought to be able to celebrate their life.
  • In death he was widely mourned, but as much for his joie de vivre as for his rugby.
grieve for, sorrow over, lament for, weep for, shed tears for/over, wail/keen over
archaic plain for
1.1Feel regret or sadness about (the loss or disappearance of something): publishers mourned declining sales of hardback fiction
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The pub trade in York is now mourning the loss of a good licensing officer who bitterly regrets the part he played in his own downfall.
  • I've always bemoaned these losses, but never exactly mourned the loss of a station.
  • Jillian admitted that she still mourns the loss of her first true love.
deplore, bewail, bemoan, rue, regret, sigh over


Old English murnan, of Germanic origin.

Palabras que riman con mourn

adorn, born, borne, bourn, Braun, brawn, corn, dawn, drawn, faun, fawn, forborne, forewarn, forlorn, freeborn, lawn, lorn, morn, newborn, Norn, outworn, pawn, prawn, Quorn, sawn, scorn, Sean, shorn, spawn, suborn, sworn, thorn, thrawn, torn, Vaughan, warn, withdrawn, worn, yawn

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