sorrow (n.) Old form(s): Sorrowes
mourning, lamentation
H8 IV.ii.28[Griffith to Katherine, of Wolsey] full of repentance, / Continual meditations, tears, and sorrows
Tit III.i.119[Titus to Lavinia, of her brothers] Witness the sorrow that their sister makes
Ven.963[of Venus' eyes] Both crystals, where they viewed each other's sorrow
WT V.i.2[Cleomenes to Leontes] you have done enough, and have performed / A saint-like sorrow

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