They bemoan the fact that poker games are too often delayed because people get up to take smoke breaks.
Not to mention the fragrant Ms. Hasselbeck bemoan the fact that we now live in the "divided states of America."
But some bemoan the way the kids have transformed their city, and nowhere is that change more visible than The Bywater.
He will then bemoan a vague “lack of political will” or “absence of leadership” as the reason for the inertia.
I just heard Anderson Cooper bemoan the fact that he had seen no heavy earth moving equipment on the scene.
We will not, however, bemoan thee as if thou wast forever lost to us, or that thy name would be buried in oblivion.
I hold it folly in him who must die that he should bemoan himself.
We wanted to exult, rather than to bemoan "our manifold sins and wickedness."
Opening out her bundle of dried meat, she began to eat and bemoan her fate.
After such a fight, are you fool enough to bemoan a victory?