Examples of bewail in a Sentence
Many people bewailed the changes to the historic building.
he invariably spends more time bewailing his predicament than trying to fix it
Recent Examples of bewail from the Web
Across the country, North and South, Christians gathered in their churches to remember the crucifixion of Christ and to bewail their sins, which made such a sacrifice necessary.
While progressives may cheer specific cases like Obergefell, recent years have seen them deliver numerous harsh assessments of the Supreme Court’s overall record, bewailing its interpretations of the Constitution that purportedly favor the wealthy.
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Synonym Discussion of bewail
- deplores the breakdown in family values
- lamenting the loss of their only child
- fans bewailed the defeat
- purists bemoaning the corruption of the language
BEWAIL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bewail for English Language Learners
: to express great sadness or disappointment about (something)
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