Lament is a verb, so it is an action. I lament the fact that you cannot use lament in a sentence. :)
1. I was in a lament situation 2. No one likes to feel lament
There's lament over Michael Jackson's death.
There's lament over the death of Michael Jackson.
I lament the fact that you are having trouble using this word.
Don't lament the loss of your job, go out and find a new one.Grandma called to lament about her terrible, unhappy life.He didn't lament about not having a date, he went to the dance by himsefl.You can lament your weight problem or you can do something about it.
As a verb: His endless lament over his lost investment got tiresome after a time. As a noun: Lament was expressed by many at the memorial service for Uncle Max.
Lament (verb)- to grieve He died in 2005, and was lamented by people all over the world.
To lament is to grieve over the loss of something or someone. Or a lament is a mournful poem or song.
Lament means to cry out in grief. It is a word that is especially effective to describe continuing mourning. "Susan was so distraught that she voiced her lament to the whole world." It also means to regret deeply by voice. "I lament my bad conduct in public."
Lament (v) - to feel deep sorrow; to express sorrow or mourning for; to grieve. (n) - an expression of grief; a song or poem expressing grief. Used in a sentence - Tommy felt lament towards his mother because he had found out that her mother had died.
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Yes, the word 'lament' is a noun as well as a verb. The noun 'lament' is a word for a crying out in grief, a song or poem expressing deep grief or mourning, a lamentation, a thing. Example sentence: The minister read a beautiful lament at dad's service.
See root word definition, "lament." In a sentence: "Yes, his suspension from school as a result of cheating is lamentable. (Caused him and others bad consequences that he now regrets, and wishes he hadn't) There is another use of lament/lamentable: To mourn, or express sorrow for someone or something good in the past that is now gone. "Lover's Lament" He or she is sad that the relationship has ended.
a lament of the songs
Lament is a verb.
There is no such English word. There is Laments though:People who lose a relative or friend lament over their death.
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Bolesława Lament was born in 1862.
Bolesława Lament died in 1946.
Adelaide's Lament was created in 1950.
The word 'lament' is both a noun (lament, laments) and a verb (lament, laments, lamenting, lamented).The noun 'lament' is a singular, common noun; a word for sadness expressed about a death or loss in the form of verse or song, or crying.The noun forms of the verb to lament are lamenter, lamentation and the gerund, lamenting.
A lament is a song mourning a dead person.
The Turquoise Lament has 287 pages.
The duration of Lament - film - is 1.63 hours.