He got on a plane and flew from Colorado to Texas to be with the grieving teen.
The real Dr. Livingstone had a darker, more complex personality than his grieving mourners imagined.
Nothing can detract from the sense of calm and confidence he offered to a grieving nation on that terrible day.
Now she, along with Jean Kennedy Smith, is also Mater Familias to the grieving clan.
To console her grieving daughter, Didion quickly, brilliantly spins a tale of happy redemption for the stuffed rabbit.
How often I have wept here, setting your room straight, and grieving for your poverty and my own.
That was no time for grieving, even for one well-beloved as the captain.
And he was so calmly happy, that there was no grieving in his presence.
Always she alluded to the curious delusion with a grieving voice, often with tears.
When they were halted by the somber, grieving women it was Joe who did the talking.
mid-15c., "causing pain," present participle adjective from grieve. Meaning "feeling pain" is from 1807.