lamented

[ luh-men-tid ]
/ ləˈmɛn tɪd /

adjective

mourned for, as a person who is dead: Our late lamented friend.

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Origin of lamented

First recorded in 1605–15; lament + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM lamented

la·ment·ed·ly, adverbqua·si-la·ment·ed, adjectiveun·la·ment·ed, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for unlamented

British Dictionary definitions for unlamented (1 of 2)

unlamented
/ (ˌʌnləˈmɛntɪd) /

adjective

not missed, regretted, or grieved overhis late unlamented father

British Dictionary definitions for unlamented (2 of 2)

lamented
/ (ləˈmɛntɪd) /

adjective

grieved for or regretted (often in the phrase late lamented)our late lamented employer

Derived forms of lamented

lamentedly, adverb
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