bereavement

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The state of being bereaved; deprivation; especially the loss of a relative by death

I pray that our Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement, and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost.

{n} loss, deprivation
{i} loss of something or someone that one loves (generally through death)
- to be in a sad or lonely state due to a loss or death
A weakling's loss of a weak reference to another object, occurring when that object is not reachable along a path of strong references from a root object
the state of being bereaved; the loss of a loved one by death
An important element of hospice care is an assessment of the needs of the bereaved family, and the development of a care plan that meets these needs, both prior to, and following the death of a patient Hospice encourages the expression of grief, recognizes social/religious and ethnic variables in bereavement, and supports staff and family participation in meaningful funeral services and rituals (National Hospice Organization glossary)
the state of being bereaved; to be in a sad or lonely state due to a loss or death
state of sorrow over the death or departure of a loved one
Feeling the loss of a loved one who has died Also see "grieving "
the loss of a relative by death
to be in a sad or lonely state due to a loss or death
The state of being bereaved; deprivation; esp
– to be in a sad or lonely state due to a loss or death
Bereavement is the sorrow you feel or the state you are in when a relative or close friend dies. those who have suffered a bereavement. = loss. when someone loses a close friend or relative because they have died
bereavements
plural of bereavement
bereavement
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