It does grieve me to think there are people misunderstanding my heart on an issue.
The doctor suggested that I allow myself to grieve my stillborn pilot.
In large part because of her, we could grieve and then go on.
But when we grieve their loss, sadly, we now understand: they died for nothing.
But when her teenage son died of a drug overdose, many were shocked—and then she chose to grieve online.
Dame, I grieve to tell you that your knight has been somewhat hurt in his hunting.
I grieve now that I helped to make you miserable: but, indeed, I was miserable myself.
People snivel over the deaths of babies; I see nothing to grieve about.
But in the field of love, I grieve to say, their equality was of another kind.
Yet we grieve a thousand times more for you than for ourselves; and are not absorbed in any grief.