Origin of sorrow
synonym study for sorrow
OTHER WORDS FROM sorrowsor·row·er, nounsor·row·less, adjectiveun·sor·row·ing, adjective
Words nearby sorrow
How to use sorrow in a sentence
It was always secondary to the experience of sitting around the table and listening to stories from the people I love, fueled by a second bottle of wine and a shared history of joy and sorrow.As a food writer with covid, I worried I’d lose my sense of taste. It turned out to be much worse.|Tim Carman|November 29, 2020|Washington Post
In grief it is difficult to think of everyone, but when you do, beauty intrudes upon sorrow, and something lifts.Eighty years of memories that will stir readers’ own|Connie Schultz|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
Joy, on the other hand, has a mysterious capacity to be felt alongside sorrow and even—sometimes, most especially—in the midst of suffering.
Kids who use dark play to explore violence, sin, and sorrow can make their parents mighty uncomfortable.Playing bad can shape behavior, but not in the way you think|Erin Blakemore|September 28, 2020|Popular-Science
What makes The Idiot so good, the place where both the humor and the sorrow lie, is in the accumulation of its main character Selin’s observations as she watches “all the irrelevant garbage.”
He also wrote the single, “Divine Sorrow,” with Swedish DJ Avicii to help raise money for (RED).
How did this track with Avicii, “Divine Sorrow,” benefiting the RED campaign to fight AIDS come about?
Far from a rant, her tone throughout is cool and methodical, and her critiques are couched more in sorrow than in anger.Was Reporter Sharyl Attkisson Too Right-Wing for CBS?|Lloyd Grove|October 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her pallid young face, brow sweating with fear and pain, yet resolute and stiff with sorrow, makes you want to cry.
“The U.S. celebrates the day it became independent every year with fireworks rather than sorrow,” he said.
For of sadness cometh death, and it overwhelmeth the strength, and the sorrow of the heart boweth down the neck.
In withdrawing aside sorrow remaineth: and the substance of the poor is according to his heart.
Three short years had not taught her how to bear sorrow with full knowledge.Kipling Stories and Poems Every Child Should Know, Book II|Rudyard Kipling
The baby had thrived; as placid, laughing a little thing as if its mother had never known sorrow.Ramona|Helen Hunt Jackson
Could he have a sorrow which she might chase away, and, having the power, lack the heart to do it?
British Dictionary definitions for sorrow
Derived forms of sorrowsorrower, nounsorrowful, adjectivesorrowfully, adverbsorrowfulness, noun
Word Origin for sorrow
Other Idioms and Phrases with sorrow
see drown one's sorrows; more in sorrow than in anger.