grieved

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very sad and upset grieved at
past of grieve
grieved for him
mourned him, was very sad because of him
grieve
To feel very sad about; to mourn; to sorrow for
grieve
To harm
grieve
To experience grief
grieve
To cause sorrow or distress
grieve
To submit or file a grievance

Even if the executive director rules against the employee on appeal, the employee can still grieve the termination to the superintendent followed by an appeal to the Board of Trustees.

grieve
{v} to mourn, lament, afflict, hurt, vex
grieve
A manager of a farm, or overseer of any work; a reeve; a manorial bailiff
grieve
To feel grief; to be in pain of mind on account of an evil; to sorrow; to mourn; often followed by at, for, or over
grieve
To sorrow over; as, to grieve one's fate
grieve
If you grieve over something, especially someone's death, you feel very sad about it. He's grieving over his dead wife and son I didn't have any time to grieve Margery's grieving family battled to come to terms with their loss
grieve
{f} cause sorrow; sorrow, mourn
grieve
feel grief; eat one's heart out break the heart of; cause to feel sorrow
grieve
A governor of a town or province
grieve
break the heart of; cause to feel sorrow
grieve
To occasion grief to; to wound the sensibilities of; to make sorrowful; to cause to suffer; to afflict; to hurt; to try
grieve
If you are grieved by something, it makes you unhappy or upset. He was deeply grieved by the sufferings of the common people I was grieved to hear of the suicide of James It grieved me to see the poor man in such distress
grieve
feel grief; eat one's heart out
grieved

    Türkische aussprache

    grivd

    Aussprache

    /ˈgrēvd/ /ˈɡriːvd/

    Etymologie

    [ 'grEv ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English greven, from Old French grever, from Latin gravare to burden, from gravis heavy, grave; akin to Greek barys heavy, Sanskrit guru.

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