اكمد، حزن، أسف
She implored Gerda to grieve no more, and urged her to taste the cherries, and to admire the flowers.
Today, we join the people of Jordan in grieving the loss of one of their own, First Lieutenant Moaz al-Kasasbeh, cruelly and brutally killed by ISIL terrorists.
As we grieve together, we must stand united, respectful of his sacrifice to defeat this scourge.
She hasn’t stopped grieving for her murdered son.
and kissed him passionately, biting him, without a thought of her brother, without seeing her aged parents grieving below them and longing to die…
and was due to leave on the first day of the mobilization. Marguerite, too, was uneasy about her brother and did not think it expedient to come to the studio while her mother was grieving at home.
At first, the father grieved over his dirty and tired aspect, but a second glance made him sure that he was now far more handsome and interesting than in his days of society glory.
Don Marcelo felt an abnormal delight in contemplating this increasing number of vanquished enemies, yet he grieved at the same time that this precipitation of intruders should be deposited forever on his property.
He is grieving for the loss of his pet.
Suddenly, by the mysterious process of telepathy, he seemed to read the thoughts of the one grieving at his feet.
2. lament: mourn, bemoan, bewail, sorrow, suffer, weep
3. agonize: pain, depress, distress, sadden