Grieve

  • 21 grieve — grievedly /gree vid lee, greevd /, adv. griever, n. grievingly, adv. /greev/, v., grieved, grieving. v.i. 1. to feel grief or great sorrow: She has grieved over his death for nearly three years. v.t. 2. to distress mentally; cause to feel grief… …

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  • 22 griève — ⇒GRIEF1, GRIÈVE, adj. Vx, littér. A. Grave, accablant. Que nul ici ne sorte de sa chambre demain sans mon ordre, sous peine de quelque griève pénitence (BALZAC, Me Cornélius, 1831, p. 261). « Mesdames », fit la marquise, « choisissons les plus… …

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  • 23 grieve — UK [ɡriːv] / US [ɡrɪv] verb Word forms grieve : present tense I/you/we/they grieve he/she/it grieves present participle grieving past tense grieved past participle grieved 1) [intransitive/transitive] to feel extremely sad because someone has… …

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  • 24 grieve — [[t]gri͟ːv[/t]] grieves, grieving, grieved 1) VERB If you grieve over something, especially someone s death, you feel very sad about it. [V prep] He s grieving over his dead wife and son... I didn t have any time to grieve... [V ing] Margery s… …

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  • 25 grieve — verb 1 (I, T) to feel extremely sad, especially because someone you love has died: People need time to grieve after the death of a loved one. | grieve sth: The family grieved the loss of its only son. 2 (T) if something grieves you, it makes you… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 26 grieve — see what the eye doesn’t see, the heart doesn’t grieve over do not grieve that rose trees have thorns, rather rejoice that thorny bushes bear roses …

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  • 27 grieve — verb (grieved; grieving) Etymology: Middle English greven, from Anglo French grever, from Latin gravare to burden, from gravis heavy, grave; akin to Greek barys heavy, Sanskrit guru Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. to cause to suffer ;… …

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  • 28 grieve — 1. noun /ɡɹiːv/ A manager or steward, e.g. of a farm. 2. verb /ɡɹiːv/ a) To cause sorrow or distress. 2009 DAmico, Rob, Editor, Texas Teacher, published by Texas AFT (affiliate of American Federation of Teachers …

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  • 29 Grieve — Recorded in several spellings including: Greave, Greeve, Grieve, Greaves, Greeves, and Greves, this is an English surname. It is either locational from the former hamlet of Greaves in the parish of Preston, Lancashire, or it is topographical from …

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  • 30 grieve — verb ADVERB ▪ deeply ▪ She had grieved deeply for her father. ▪ privately, silently ▪ still PREPOSITION ▪ …

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  • 31 Grieve — biographical name Christopher Murray see Hugh MacDiarmid …

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  • 32 Grieve — Northumbrian form of *reeve, used of the overseer of an estate. [< OldEngl. gerefa = steward, officer] …

    Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • 33 grieve — Synonyms and related words: ache, affect, afflict, affront, aggrieve, agonize, anguish, barb the dart, bear, bemoan, bewail, bleed, break down, bring to tears, brood over, bruise, complain, constrain, crush, cry, cut, cut up, deplore, desolate,… …

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  • 34 grieve — griè·ve agg. BU var. → greve …

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  • 35 grieve — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. distress, pain, hurt, sadden, injure; mourn, sorrow, deplore. See lamentation. Ant., rejoice. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. lament, bewail, regret, sorrow for; see mourn 1 . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v …

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  • 36 grieve — v. a. RG. 563; part. ‘igreved.’ St Swithin, 120 …

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  • 37 grieve — grɪːv v. cause sorrow; sorrow, mourn …

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  • 38 grieve — hreowan …

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  • 39 grieve — grieve1 verb 1》 suffer grief. 2》 cause great distress to. Derivatives griever noun Origin ME: from OFr. grever burden, encumber , based on L. gravare, from gravis (see grave2). grieve2 noun Scottish an overseer, manager, or bailiff on a farm …

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  • 40 grieve — I. v. a. Afflict, pain, hurt, distress, sadden, agonize, break one s heart, wound the feelings of, make sorrowful. II. v. n. Sorrow, mourn, lament, suffer, bewail, feel regret, be sad, be heavy hearted, be in pain of mind, be anguished …

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