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2209 examples of grieve in sentences

The followers introduced him; and, on leaving, he said to them, "Sirs, why grieve at his loss of office?

Our rule is bad, our State is sad, With mournful heart I grieve.

Our rule is bad, our State is sad, With mournful heart I grieve.

While he is away, how I grieve!"

Unpitied, here I grieve.

" "Grieve not, heart of my heart, for God will order our meeting!

AN EPIGRAM UPON EBN NAPHTA-WAH By the former with ruin and death we are curst, In the latter we grieve for the ills of the first; And as for the whole, where together they meet, It's a drunkard, a liar, a thief, and a cheat.

And when I have done the remnant of the work appointed me on earth, then joyfully wait for the heavenly perfection, in God's good time, when by His infinite mercy I may be accounted worthy to enter into the same place of rest and repose where he is gone, for whom only I grieve.

Why Twilight should grieve at the tomb of Lorenzo, grandson of Lorenzo Magnifico, any more than the grandfather would have done, does not seem very clear, even to Twilight himself, who seems, after all, in a very crepuscular state upon the subject.

The heart will cease to grieve.

It doth grieve me much," said the other, "that I cannot do as thou dost wish.

"Alas!" said the stranger sadly, "it doth grieve me that this thing must be.

He knew the female bosom so well that he avoided any allusion to his knowledge of the real relation between Robert Willoughby and Maud, though he had so recently urged her want of natural affinity to the family, as a reason why she should not grieve.

Nay, grieve not for the dead alone Whose song has told their hearts' sad story, Weep for the voiceless, who have known The cross without the crown of glory!

"Do not grieve.

"Promise me that thou wilt be reasonable," he said, looking back, as he parted the draperies of the doorway; "thou wilt not grieve.

And yet somehow I do not grieve for what it seems we may have lost; To have so strong a boy as this, most cheerfully I pay the cost.

My mother is with gentle Marian: O, it doth grieve her to be left behind.

I grieve to see this sight.

Fond friends, donโ€™t grieve For scenes like these, Or smart from bugs, mosquitoes, fleas.

P. 46, l. 805 ff., A woman dead, of no one's kin: why grieve so much?]

" "If such be the fact, uncle, no one but I would be the sufferer, and I will strive not to grieve over your losses.

If thou wilt pleasure me, let me see thee less; Grieve much; they say grief often shortens life: Come not too near me, till I call thee, wife; And that will be but seldom.

Why dost thou grieve at their adversities? Y. ART.

Would it not grieve any good spirits to sit a whole month knitting out a lousy, beggarly pamphlet, and, like a needy physician, to stand whole years tossing and tumbling the filth that falleth from so many draughty inventions as daily swarm in our printing-house.

When I lie, sit, or walk alone, I sigh, I grieve, making great moan, In a dark grove, or irksome den, With discontents and Furies then, A thousand miseries at once Mine heavy heart and soul ensconce, All my griefs to this are jolly, None so sour as melancholy.

c. 7, if she grieve overmuch, be disquieted, or by any casualty be affrighted and terrified by some fearful object, heard or seen, she endangers her child, and spoils the temperature of it; for the strange imagination of a woman works effectually upon her infant, that as Baptista Porta proves, Physiog.

Beside, as Plutarch holds, 'tis not in our power not to lament, Indolentia non cuivis contingit, it takes away mercy and pity, not to be sad; 'tis a natural passion to weep for our friends, an irresistible passion to lament and grieve.

; 'twas Germanicus' advice of old, that we should not dwell too long upon our passions, to be desperately sad, immoderate grievers, to let them tyrannise, there's indolentiae, ars, a medium to be kept: we do not (saith Austin) forbid men to grieve, but to grieve overmuch.

; 'twas Germanicus' advice of old, that we should not dwell too long upon our passions, to be desperately sad, immoderate grievers, to let them tyrannise, there's indolentiae, ars, a medium to be kept: we do not (saith Austin) forbid men to grieve, but to grieve overmuch.

If he be thy superior, [3990]bear it by all means, grieve not at it, let him take his course; Anitus and Melitus "may kill me, they cannot hurt me;" as that generous Socrates made answer in like case.

Let thy disgrace then be what it will, quod fit, infectum non potest esse, that which is past cannot be recalled; trouble not thyself, vex and grieve thyself no more, be it obloquy, disgrace, &c.

[4058] Grieve not for that which cannot be recalled.

'Tis true thou canst not as yet grieve for thy sin, thou hast no feeling of faith, I yield; yet canst thou grieve thou dost not grieve?

'Tis true thou canst not as yet grieve for thy sin, thou hast no feeling of faith, I yield; yet canst thou grieve thou dost not grieve?

'Tis true thou canst not as yet grieve for thy sin, thou hast no feeling of faith, I yield; yet canst thou grieve thou dost not grieve?

It troubles thee, I am sure, thine heart should be so impenitent and hard, thou wouldst have it otherwise; 'tis thy desire to grieve, to repent, and to believe.

and you have all fine new tricks to grieve; but I ne're knew any but direct crying.

Tell Emma I grieve for the poor self-punishing self-baffling Lady; with all our hearts we grieve for the pain and vexation she has encounterd; but we do not swerve a pin's-thought from the propriety of your measures.

Tell Emma I grieve for the poor self-punishing self-baffling Lady; with all our hearts we grieve for the pain and vexation she has encounterd; but we do not swerve a pin's-thought from the propriety of your measures.

I grieve the less, that Europe should want it.

"Nothing," she told him, "could ever grieve his mother's heart like seeing her children do wrong; nothing ever make her so happy as their doing right.

The fact, however, that he wished to imitate Nero and offered sacrifices to his Manes, and that he spent so great sums on dinners, though it caused joy to some, made the sensible grieve, since they were fully aware that not all the money in the whole world would be sufficient for him.]

Well, child, that's not much to grieve over, when the Lord has spared his life and soul from the pit!" said her mother, somewhat testily.

"If I could only go with the wild geese on their travels, I shouldn't grieve because I'd been transformed," thought the boy.

It often used to grieve me, last year, to see you obliged to go to church such bitter cold weather, with only that thin old shawl on.

But do not think I would thus repeat my Sorrows, to grieve thee:

Well, I imagine that Austria will not grieve muchthough she may be madover the loss of a none too popular crown prince, whose morganatic wife could never be crowned, whose children cannot inherit, and who could only have kept the throne warm for a while for the man who now steps into line a little sooner than he would have had this not happened.

Poor fellow, he is gone now and I ought not to say anything agin him, but if he had minded me, I would have had a home over my head and some land under my feet; but it is no use to grieve over spilled milk.

She loves me best, whene'er I sing The songs that make her grieve.

He might mourn over the life; but he could scarcely grieve at the death.

I grieve for you, I grieve for you.

I grieve for you, I grieve for you.

Why should I grieve, for what they bear and are merry?

He was fond of his father, mother, brothers and sisters, and it would grieve them beyond expression if he should uselessly sacrifice himself.

One felt a donkey, to worry or grieve when the sun shone and the birds sang!

Oh, I did, indeed, grieve for him!

And, O mighty king, Arjuna said unto Draupadi, 'O thou of beautiful coppery eyes, grieve not!

Beholding this thy bed and recollecting what thou hadst before, I grieve, O king, for thee who deservest not woe and hast been brought up in every luxury!

I grieve, O Bharata, that thy wrath doth not blaze up at sight of that son of Pritha in exile, that prince who deserveth not such distress and who hath been brought up in every luxury!

If however, the sin of an act done doth not attach to the doer, then (individual) might (and not God) is the true cause of acts, and I grieve for those that have no might!'" SECTION XXXI "Yudhishthira said, 'Thy speech, O Yajnaseni, is delightful, smooth and full of excellent phrases.

Yet why, O Lomasa, do they prosper in this world?' "Lomasa said, 'Grieve not ever, O king, O son of Pritha, that sinful men should often prosper in consequence of the sins they commit.

And beholding the king along with the queen afflicted with sorrow, Lopamudra approached them in due time and said, "O monarch, it behoveth thee not to grieve on my account.

To grieve the Gaul's perfidious head; The hours, thy offspring heav'nly fair, Their whitest wings should ever wear, And gentle joys on Albion shed.

"Do not grieve over the fate of the emperor on the island of Elba.

How didst thou grieve then, Adam,

Even your dear papa thinks so still, but I dare not grieve God by going back.

If you should think that I would injure you, or willingly annoy you by my presence, it would grieve me to the heart."

The latter grieve me heartily; but I advise you to do as I do: when I meet with ingratitude, I take a short leave both of it and its host.

I shall not pity the country; I shall feel only for those who grieve with me at its abject state; or for posterity, if they do not, like other degraded nations, grow callously reconciled to their ignominy.

He thought me mistaken in my view "Of the nature of the sin and error which is supposed to grieve God.

The view of all the sin and misery in the world cannot grieve God any more than it can grieve you to see Digby fail in his first attempt to build a card-castle or a rabbit-hutch.

The view of all the sin and misery in the world cannot grieve God any more than it can grieve you to see Digby fail in his first attempt to build a card-castle or a rabbit-hutch.

Kit, I am almost disappointed in you, though, that you do not grieve more for the loss of that beautiful poem.

I grieve to bring such news, for your cousin was a worthy gentleman and universally respected.

"A man had two sons, an' one obeyed him for fear o' the whip, an' the other, because he loved his father, an' could not bear to grieve him.

Though, madam, for your brother's loss I grieve, Yet let me beg Alm.

But I, the most unhappy of mankind, Ere I knew yours, have all my love resigned: 'Tis my own loss I grieve, who have no more: You go a-begging to a bankrupt's door.

What I have heard I blush to hear: And grieve, Those words you spoke I must your words believe.

I joy in you less than for her I grieve.

I grieve to see it.

someone who had a greater claim on your time than the poor exile ..." "Nay! 'tis unkind thus to grieve me," she said with tender reproach as she felt the hot tears gather in her eyes.

Don't grieve about me.

Like a shrub torn from its native soil, and the next moment flung aside, its roots upturned to the sun, she withered and disappeared, leaving no trace behind, and no one to grieve for her.

And we did covet, and we did grieve.

There was, we grieve to say, much of joy but more of laughter at the rectory when this letter was received.

" "Ah, my Father; thou dost sorely grieve me!

I did not wish to grieve my heart in feasting my eyes upon a scene crowded with fond associations, to revoke feelings in which it would be folly to indulge again, and which it were well to annihilate and forget.

Struck to the earth by the immediate blow, and rising slowly from it, I did not mourn her loss as men are wont to grieve at the departure of all they hold most dear.

30 To pardon willing, and to punish loth, You strike with one hand, but you heal with both; Lifting up all that prostrate lie, you grieve You cannot make the dead again to live.

The contract I don't plead, which he betray'd, 130 Nor that his promised conquest be delay'd; All that I ask is but a short reprieve, Till I forget to love, and learn to grieve; Some pause and respite only I require, Till with my tears I shall have quench'd my fire.

Let thy discourse be such that thou may'st give Profit to others, or from them receive: Instruct the ignorant; to those that live Under thy care, good rules and patterns give; Nor is't the least of virtues, to relieve Those whom afflictions or oppressions grieve.

Mary ever wrote so as to satisfy the most exacting disposition; but it required all Mrs. Hamilton's eloquence to persuade Emmeline she should rather rejoice than grieve that Mary had found some one to supply her place.

When comes that surge, or soon or late, May they in peace depart; And meet within the shining gate, No more to grieve or part.

'Tis useless now to speculate, Or grieve o'er that which might have been, My failures though they have been great, Are not the greatest I have seen.

There is a time to laugh and sing, A time to mourn and grieve as well; Then let your song and laughter ring, This is no time on griefs to dwell.

One cannot but grieve" "You had a proposition, for the brigantine?"

Grieve not, Beautiful Sara.

the right I I grieve but for the peasants' bitter need, Myself, as highest, should the heaviest bear.

while he cautions the grieve, "Now mind that black park; it never gied me onything, ne'er gie onything to it.