English words and Examples of Usage

use "mourn" in a sentence

Turks mourn over coffins during a funeral for Suruc attack victims.

" We mourn the passing of Yankees icon and Hall of Famer Yogi Berra.

The organisers are now planning a march to mourn his killing instead.

Carly Fiorina used similar language, tweeting that "I mourn with you.

And as we mourn for the lives lost, we need to also look at ourselves.

I mourn the time and dignity we could have saved if we'd known this, too.

She was the love of my life and I mourn her death every day, said her mother.

We mourn the loss of an officer who has paid the full measure, Liccardo said.

Nerud leaves a remarkable legacy, and all of us who love racing mourn his passing."

Students and former classmates took to the seminary's Facebook page to mourn his loss.

Rather than mourn her passing, Lofton’s family preferred instead to celebrate her life.

Families mourn in Malaysia at a ceremony for the victims Was the route considered dangerous?

We should mourn the man, but continue to question his vision, which remains very much alive.

Americans across the country have come together to mourn the loss of the four Good Samaritans.

But rather than mourn the loss, scientists held a briefing to celebrate the mission's success.

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