verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of mourn
Related formso·ver·mourn, verbun·mourned, adjective
Examples from the Web for mourned
What is being celebrated and rewarded by the Kremlin are events that the international community has mourned.Putin’s Crimean Medal of Honor, Forged Before the War Even Began|Will Cathcart|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We watched her float about, a meandering frown, for two whole hours in the season premiere as she mourned the death of Matthew.‘Downton Abbey’ Finale Review: The Depressing Demise of a Once-Great Show|Kevin Fallon|February 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ukraine mourned grave news coming from the burning, revolutionary streets of Kiev this week.
Still, at his funeral, he was mourned by grandchildren enrolled as students in Ivy League schools.
Instead, he mourned “this has resulted in an epidemic of psychological moral and physical suffering” instead.Rick Santorum's Strident Traditionalism Captivates CPAC|Ben Jacobs|March 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Dr. Faustus mourned and sighed wonderfully, and never went to bed, nor slept a wink for sorrow.Mediaeval Tales|Various
The trappers gathered round and mourned over him as over a cherished friend.The Adventures of Captain Bonneville|Washington Irving
I mourned over the broad, old-fashioned dial, on which young eyes could discern the time a mile off.Autumn Leaves|Various
And Jacob rent his clothes and mourned for his son many days.Best Stories from the Best Book|James Edson White
We lost in that charge some of the best men of the regiment, and we mourned their loss as we would a brother.The Empty Sleeve|Henry H. Meacham