Millions of other Americans will lament they live in cities with strapped budgets that throw piddling BBQs and hand out sparklers.
It used to be that you heard the lament, "If only government could be more like business…."
Occasionally it crosses the line of self-satisfaction, as if to lament that the world is full of innumerate mouth-breathers.
He goes on to lament that the team has been “disappointing in some respects [and that their] owner is not deep-pocketed.”
This is what neoconservatism has become; even a critic can lament.
Now, as then, she felt no disposition to weep or lament; the fountains of her heart were frozen, and she was numb with pain.
Who can forbear to lament that this amiable woman has no name in the verses?
I did not lament him, for I knew his spirit was in the embrace of the loved ones who went before him.
All things knew that there was one thing in the world that would not lament for Baldur.
In addition to the lament and the petition—the two most characteristic features of this group—one generally finds the vow.