verb (used without object), grieved, griev·ing.
verb (used with object), grieved, griev·ing.
Origin of grieve
SYNONYMS FOR grieve
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WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH grievegreave grieve
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Example sentences from the Web for grieving
You know, when Lori died, I was interested in the five stages of grieving.Andrew Lincoln Wants Rick to End With Johnny Cash and the Sunset|Melissa Leon|October 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This weekend, thousands of people will stand in line to pay $13 for the privilege of grieving to the point of weeping.The Science of Weepies: Why We Love Crying at the Movies|Elizabeth Picciuto|June 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It will take a lot of work, a lot of grieving, and a large measure of hope to see it through.
Many throughout the country are grieving the deaths of those who perished in the struggle to overcome the Yanukovych regime.
Best recalls a grieving father confiding that a visit let him unlock the emotional door trapping his family in grief.David Best Creates a Temple Made of Memories Outside San Francisco|Debra A. Klein|February 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sophia told her then; she had grieved much over Martha Ann, and was grieving still.Mildred Arkell, (Vol 3 of 3)|Ellen Wood
And who are you, tell me that, who instead of grieving for yourself, are grieving for others?The Chinese Fairy Book|Various
Grieving will not mitigate our lot, nay, it will add to its burden.The Cat of Bubastes|G. A. Henty
My mother looked at me, grieving at the thought that I must so soon be taken from her.The Mate of the Lily|W. H. G. Kingston
Out of the void, he was haunted by a look of grieving reproach and wonder from her eyes.The Minister's Charge|William Dean Howells