Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of griever.

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Examples

  • Young adults are reflective grievers and will often act like nothing happened, Karioth said.

    Casey Anthony's defense expected to rest case

  • Resilient grievers appear better equipped to accept death as a fact of life and tend to have a more positive worldview.

    The Truth About Grief

  • Resilient grievers appear better equipped to accept death as a fact of life and tend to have a more positive worldview.

    The Truth About Grief

  • Young adults are reflective grievers and will often act like nothing happened, Karioth said.

    Casey Anthony's defense expected to rest case

  • In 1944, Erich Lindemann, a psychiatrist at Mass General, picked up on more peculiar deviations when he observed that some grievers feverishly busied themselves with activities formerly carried out by the deceased, or even acquired symptoms of the same illness that had felled their loved one.

    The Truth About Grief

  • Chronic grievers seem less confident about their coping abilities and more dependent on the relationship to the deceased.

    The Truth About Grief

  • Chronic grievers seem less confident about their coping abilities and more dependent on the relationship to the deceased.

    The Truth About Grief

  • In 1944, Erich Lindemann, a psychiatrist at Mass General, picked up on more peculiar deviations when he observed that some grievers feverishly busied themselves with activities formerly carried out by the deceased, or even acquired symptoms of the same illness that had felled their loved one.

    The Truth About Grief

  • Young adults are reflective grievers and will often act like nothing happened, Karioth said.

    Dad's suicide note is setback for Anthony defense

  • We should have no tolerance for the snipers, the agitators, the petty grievers who lament that Franzen was given this honor rather than someone else who may have been a better fit.

    Jason Pinter: Why Should We Celebrate Jonathan Franzen? Because Books Still Matter

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