bemoan

  • 21 bemoan — be·moan || bɪ məʊn v. lament, grieve, sorrow over …

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  • 22 bemoan — verb lament or express sorrow for …

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  • 23 bemoan — v. a. Bewail, lament, deplore, moan over, mourn over, express sorrow for …

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  • 24 bemoan — verb (T) to complain or say that you are disappointed about something: As usual, they were all bemoaning the lack of decent training facilities …

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  • 25 bemoan — v 1. lament, mourn, grieve, sorrow, bewail, Scot, and North Eng. greet, express woe or distress, deplore, regret; suffer for, pine for, languish over, sigh, Chiefly Literary. suspire; anguish oneself, wring one s hands, tear one s hair out, beat… …

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  • 26 bemoan — be·moan …

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  • 27 bemoan — /bəˈmoʊn / (say buh mohn), /bi / (say bee ) verb (t) 1. to moan over; bewail; lament. 2. to express pity for. –verb (i) 3. to lament; mourn. {be + moan; replacing Middle English bemene(n), Old English bemænan} –bemoaner, noun …

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  • 28 bemoan —   Kani uhū i ka pōpilikia …

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  • 29 bemoan — v.tr. 1 express regret or sorrow over; lament. 2 complain about. Etymology: BE + MOAN …

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  • 30 fore-bemoan — fore bemoan, bespeak, bias see fore prefix …

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  • 31 bemoaner — bemoanˈer noun • • • Main Entry: ↑bemoan …

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  • 32 bemoaning — bemoanˈing noun • • • Main Entry: ↑bemoan …

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  • 33 Bemoaned — Bemoan Be*moan , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bemoaned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Bemoaning}.] [OE. bimenen, AS. bem?nan; pref. be + m?nan to moan. See {Moan}.] To express deep grief for by moaning; to express sorrow for; to lament; to bewail; to pity or… …

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  • 34 Bemoaning — Bemoan Be*moan , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bemoaned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Bemoaning}.] [OE. bimenen, AS. bem?nan; pref. be + m?nan to moan. See {Moan}.] To express deep grief for by moaning; to express sorrow for; to lament; to bewail; to pity or… …

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  • 35 mourn — verb 1) Isobel mourned her husband Syn: grieve for, sorrow over, lament for, weep for 2) he mourned the loss of the beautiful buildings Syn: deplore, bewail, bemoan, rue, regret •• mourn, bemoan, grieve, lament, rue …

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  • 36 deplore — deplore, lament, bewail, bemoan mean to manifest grief or sorrow for something. All carry an implication of weeping or crying which is commonly purely figurative. Deplore implies keen and profound regret especially for what is regarded as… …

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  • 37 Deplore — De*plore , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Deplored}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Deploring}.] [L. deplorare; de + plorare to cry out, wail, lament; prob. akin to pluere to rain, and to E. flow: cf. F. d[ e]plorer. Cf. Flow.] 1. To feel or to express deep and poignant …

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  • 38 Deplored — Deplore De*plore , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Deplored}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Deploring}.] [L. deplorare; de + plorare to cry out, wail, lament; prob. akin to pluere to rain, and to E. flow: cf. F. d[ e]plorer. Cf. Flow.] 1. To feel or to express deep and… …

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  • 39 Deploring — Deplore De*plore , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Deplored}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Deploring}.] [L. deplorare; de + plorare to cry out, wail, lament; prob. akin to pluere to rain, and to E. flow: cf. F. d[ e]plorer. Cf. Flow.] 1. To feel or to express deep and… …

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  • 40 deplore — transitive verb (deplored; deploring) Etymology: Middle French or Latin; Middle French deplorer, from Latin deplorare, from de + plorare to wail Date: 1559 1. a. to feel or express grief for b. to regret strongly 2. to …

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