Examples of lamentation in a Sentence
bitter lamentations for the dead
words spoken in lamentation for the dead
Recent Examples of lamentation from the Web
The talk that followed—some lamentation, some j’accuse, many grim warnings, not much humor—was a succession of testimonies against Silicon Valley, along with some acknowledgement that quitting its world-changing products is almost impossible.
However, speaking in the aftermath of the loss on BT Sport, Scholes stuck the boot into Mourinho over his tired lamentation and explained why United should be giving teams like Sevilla a much harder time.
Early on Shaw’s enunciation lacked crispness, and grimaces plus gestures did not make up for the lamentation that was more in the words than the tone quality of the voice.
In the scrap for lamentation, everyone wants to be top dog.
Some snapped photos of the path and its canopy of trees to share as lamentations on social media.
Court and Spark is an album filled with true musicianship, and enough funk sensibility to knock Mitchell’s whistling lamentations into songs.
His rough training camp threatened to send his confidence sinking again, his lamentations over his poor play becoming a daily ritual throughout late July and August.
Some people react to the tweets with warnings or lamentations that the world is regressing to early 20th-century ideologies.
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LAMENTATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lamentation for English Language Learners
: an expression of great sorrow or deep sadness
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