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1. bewail

Frequently he bewails the ingratitude of their children.

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2. weep

Some people find music so moving that it makes them weep.
Sue’s very emotional. She keeps weeping whenever we watch romance films.
The fans of the late singer still regularly come to the grave and weep his death.
to weep with rage

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3. mourn

Queen Victoria mourned Prince Albert/Prince Albert's death for 40 years.
She was a living embodiment of virtue and will be mourned by many
You need not mourn over Hans, Lucy.
mourn a loss of close person
they mourned the death

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4. cry

[krʌɪ] kraj
krzyk, jęk
she cried her children

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