17 July 2007

Word of the Day: LaMeNt

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la·ment

Pronunciation Key v. la·ment·ed, la·ment·ing, la·ments v. tr.
To express grief for or about; mourn: lament a death.
To regret deeply; deplore: He lamented his thoughtless acts. v. intr.
To grieve audibly; wail.
To express sorrow or regret. See Synonyms at
grieve. n.
A feeling or an expression of grief; a lamentation.
A song or poem expressing deep grief or mourning.

[Middle English lementen, from Old French lamenter, from Latin lāmentārī, from lāmentum, lament.] la·ment'er n.

1 comment:

Kairlotta said...

What is this all about?

{ME} FeeLiINg:

My Unkymood Punkymood (Unkymoods)

{ME}aRt

{ME} EntRiEs:

SoMEoNe LiKeS {ME}: