- n. Plural form of grief.
“On receiving no answer, the Queen, being a woman, and knowing that certain griefs are best borne alone, sadly followed the King into the castle, where now all was still, and where the smell of faded flowers alone filled the air.”
“Even his griefs are a joy long after to one that remembers”
“His griefs were the griefs of all men—loss of what he loved.”
“Third in the order of her griefs was the consciousness that she had caused Bonbright grief.”
“Or our sins are called our griefs and sorrows because all our griefs and sorrows are owing to our sins and our sins deserve all our griefs and sorrows, even those that are most extreme and everlasting.”
“And Homer observes: "Even his griefs are a joy long after to one who remembers all that he wrought and endured.”
“These are the kind of griefs and afflictions from which the State of Israel offered escape.”
“Dese strifes an 'griefs' ll soon git ober; we shall see de King in His glory an 'be at ease.”
“It is to be kept in view that the 'griefs' which the servant is here described as bearing are literally 'sicknesses,' and that, similarly, the 'sorrows' may be diseases.”
“I breathe deeply and allow the little griefs of life to wash through me, leaving me clean for a still, peaceful moment, until the journey continues and the knees on my heart get skinned again.”
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