English words and Examples of Usage

use "grief" in a sentence

The grief of miscarriage is something we need to acknowledge more.

Corrie fans have been left grief-stricken, reports the Daily Star.

In the year since her death, I've learned a great deal about grief.

3. Should I ban my child from the Internet until the grief subsides?

This year, Bush got grief over the Iraq War launched by his brother.

“The grief for Jobs seemed to go beyond the products he left behind.

'Grief-stricken', 'terrified' and 'distraught' were more appropriate.

Grief, she explains, turns to relief and for most parents, to real joy.

"What we really want is to get past the grief, to act for the families.

She also spoke of her grief, saying, "I have a baby to put in the ground."

Speaking after the hearing, Mr Olaleye said: “The family are still in grief.

Otherwise, the clouds of grief just cover for the emptiness of the gestures.

Some had shaved their heads as symbols of their grief and rage at the deaths.

… It does not capture the heartache and grief and anger that we should feel."

She has not been able to overcome her grief and sorrow, Maktouf told the panel.

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