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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A person who is feeling grief (as grieving over someone who has died).

Usage examples (9)
  • Noun : His first sorrow was the bank failure. ,muffled sorrow
  • It was one thing to make light of a young man's sorrows in love, but another to do it when the sorrower was Xavier's age.
  • Room was made for the sorrower, who was followed by two or three female friends.
  • Full believer likewise, and true sorrower, was Greenleaf, in Hilary's death, having its seeming proof from Constance and Miranda as well as from Flora. for more
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