Part of speech:
To say (something) while sobbing.
To wail is defined as to cry to express intense sadness.
To cause to be sorrowful; distress:
To utter loudly; shout; exclaim
(More generally) To feel sorry about (any thing).
The definition of a lamentation is an outward expression of grief.
To weep and wail loudly
A literary work or speech expressing a bitter lament or a righteous prophecy of doom.
To deplore is defined as to be sorry about or to strongly disapprove of something.
To fail; to wane.
To mourn is to feel or show intensive grief or sadness, usually as a result of a loss.
Deserving to be despised; contemptible
Showing or characterized by grief
Weeping or inclined to weep; tearful.
Causing sorrow or depression; melancholy
The definition of a complaint is an expression of, or the cause of, pain, anger, discontent, regret or annoyance.
Any poem in elegiac verse
To express disapproval of or regret for; deplore:
To cry over; lament:
(Archaic) To show grief for
To commemorate or lament as in an elegy
To cry or wail loudly, as in pain, sorrow, or anger.
(Intransitive) To cry out.
To have an intense longing or desire; yearn
To engage by written contract; sign on
Intense and especially ecstatic or exultant happiness, or an instance of such feeling.
(Intransitive) To engage in joyful activity in appreciation of an event.
Praise is defined as to give someone approval, or to thank God.
To present something to (a person) as an act of politeness or respect
To give praise to; glorify.
To rejoice is to feel great happiness or joy, or to take great pleasure in something.
To put up with; tolerate:
To feel, show, or express grief
(Now Rare) Expressing sorrow; mournful
A funeral ode or hymn; dirge
The definition of a poem is a collection of words that express an emotion or idea, sometimes with a specific rhythm.
Find another word for lament. In this page you can discover 57 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for lament, like: sob, wail, grieve, cry, regret, sorrowful, lamentation, sorrow, bawl, doleful and jeremiad.