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SOR'ROW, n. The uneasiness or pain of mind which is produced by the loss of any good. or of frustrated hopes of good, or expected loss of happiness; to grieve; to be sad. I rejoice not that ye were made sorry, but the ye sorrowed to repentance. I Cor. 7. Sorrowing most of all for the words which be spoke, that they should see his face no more. Acts 20.
SOR'ROWED, pp. Accompanied with sorrow. Not in use.
1. Sad; grieving for the loss of some good, or on account of some expected evil.
2. Deeply serious; depressed; dejected. I Sam. 1.
3. Producing sorrow; exciting grief; mournful; as a sorrowful accident.
4. Expressing grief; accompanied with grief; as sorrowful meat. Job 6.
SOR'ROWFULNESS, n. State of being sorrowful; grief.
SOR'ROWING, ppr. Feeling sorrow, grief or regret.
SOR'ROWING, n. Expression of sorrow.
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