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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
mourn (verb)
intransitive verb
1.
to feel or express grief or sorrow
2.
to show the customary signs of grief for a death , especially to wear - mourning
3.
transitive verb
to murmur - mournfully used especially of doves
1.
to feel or express grief or sorrow for
2.
to utter mournfully
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
mourn (verb)
1.
to feel deep sadness or mental pain
SYNONIMS:
agonize, anguish, bleed, hurt, mourn, sorrow, suffer
RELATED WORDS:
ache, long (for), pine (away), sigh, smart; rack, torment, torture; bemoan, bewail, deplore, lament, rue; bawl, blubber, cry, groan, howl, keen, moan, sob, take on, wail, weep, yammer, yowl; languish; regret
NEAR ANTONYMS:
beam, cheer, crow, delight, exult, glory, joy, laugh, ravish, rejoice, triumph; assure, cheer, comfort, commiserate, console, reassure, solace, soothe, sympathize
mourn (verb)
2.
to feel or express sorrow for
SYNONIMS:
bemoan, bewail, deplore, grieve (for), mourn, wail (for)
RELATED WORDS:
elegize; cry (for), keen, moan, weep; regret, rue; bawl, blubber, sob; agonize, bleed, hurt, sorrow, suffer
NEAR ANTONYMS:
beam, cheer, grin, laugh, smile
delight, exult (in), glory (in), joy, rejoice (in)
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