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- adj. Made sad, caused to feel sorrow.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sorrow.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Accompanied with sorrow; sorrowful.
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How, unless there were sorrow, could the woman see herself sorrowed for?
That night, when all was still, White Fang remembered his mother and sorrowed for her.
And although we sorrowed at the list of those who had passed away, many of them dear friends, we rejoiced in who we still were, driven by a passion to excel not merely to compete but to blend our talents in choruses, orchestras, ensembles and art exhibits.
Leaders in Pakistan and Afghanistan says they are deeply sorrowed by the sudden death of Richard Holbrooke, the United States special envoy for the two countries.
In Afghanistan, a spokesman for the foreign ministry said his government has a good strategic relationship with the United States and is deeply sorrowed by Holbrooke's death.
That his calling had itself become so tainted sorrowed Malfurion, but he had no time to wonder why any would choose such a path.
He cast a sorrowed glance back at the Courier and tried to block out the nagging protestations of Gantry, the salesman.
Let others grieve as she sorrowed, for the victory that had been taken from them by the arrogance and pride of a young Knight-Mage.
Maol, I was sorrowed to read the Lisbon treaty finally passed after the Irish were hit, repeatedly, over the head with it.
His work amazed shocked and sorrowed in ways nobody had before.
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