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Example sentences for lamentation

Others wailed in lamentation, or implored the intercession of saints.
Her face is sweet and startled, but bitterness often flickers through her litany of lamentation.
Her life was a history of abdication and lamentation.
Moderate lamentation is the right of the dead, excessive grief the enemy of the living.
Sobs filled the house in a crescendo that became a group lamentation.
One hears much lamentation these days to the effect that the art of lieder is either moribund or dead.
On the further bank willows wept in perpetual lamentation, their hair about their shoulders.
During the ceremonies the immense audience was deeply affected, and the voice of lamentation and sorrow was heard on every hand.
The words are few and broken in which the heart tells its lamentation.

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