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sorrow

sor·row

sorrow

 
 
pronunciation:
sa ro [or] so ro
parts of speech:
noun, intransitive verb
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: the suffering or distress resulting from an injury, loss, misfortune, or the like; grief; sadness.
synonyms:
distress, dolor, grief, pain, sadness, suffering, unhappiness, woe
antonyms:
joy
similar words:
cross, travail
definition 2: the cause of such suffering and distress.
synonyms:
affliction, distress, evil, hardship, hurt, trouble, woe
antonyms:
joy
similar words:
grief, misery, torment
definition 3: the expression of such suffering and distress.
synonyms:
lamentation
similar words:
lament
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part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: sorrowed, sorrowing, sorrows
definition: to feel or express sorrow; grieve.
synonyms:
grieve, lament, mourn
antonyms:
exult, rejoice
similar words:
ache, anguish, bemoan, bewail, keen, rue, suffer, wail, weep
derivation: sorrower (n.)
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