verb (used without object), grieved, griev·ing.
verb (used with object), grieved, griev·ing.
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- grievous bodily harm
Origin of grieve
Examples from the Web for grieve
But when we grieve their loss, sadly, we now understand: they died for nothing.
Yet those days, and March 14 especially, become less of a painful moment to grieve and more of a quiet reminder of what was lost.
When life gets traumatic do you prefer to hunker down and grieve in private, or open up to others?Psychologists View Both Divorce and Marriage as Major Life Stresses|Emma Woolf|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sometimes they wished they knew the loved one had died, at least they could mourn or grieve the loss.Remembering the Fall of Saigon and Vietnam’s Mass ‘Boat People’ Exodus|Katie Baker|April 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
My healing began when I realized that Jennifer was my child, and I would have to grieve for her and heal on my own.Daily Beast Readers React to YouTube Stillborn Baby Memorials|Brandy Zadrozny|November 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It does grieve me, my ever dearest Miss Mitford, to hear of the suffering which has fallen upon you!The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2)|Frederic G. Kenyon
Then why should I grieve or terrify myself about what may come?Life And Adventures Of Peter Wilkins, Vol. I. (of II.)|Robert Paltock
It will grieve me so to the heart, that I shall cry my eyes out.Familiar Quotations|John Bartlett
We grieve when we should rather rejoice that God has made us feel our need of Him, and called us again to our true blessedness.Judges and Ruth|Robert A. Watson
If you grieve and lament because of this, do you think that I am surprised?Four Arthurian Romances|Chretien DeTroyes