Antonym: delight, joy. Similar words: in brief, briefly, aggrieved, die for, grip, grin, belief, relief. Meaning: [grɪːf] n. 1. intense sorrow caused by loss of a loved one (especially by death) 2. something that causes great unhappiness.
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1, Time tames the strongest grief.
2, Between grief and nothing, I will take grief. William Faulkner
6, Grief is itself a medicine.
9, Their grief soon gave way to anger.
10, His voice was husky with grief.
11, No words can express my grief.
12, Love, hatred,(http://sentencedict.com/grief.html) and grief are emotion.
13, My tears, my grief it can only prove.
14, The wife wept out her grief to her husband.
15, Love, hate, joy, fear and grief are emotions.
16, Their faces were pinched with grief.
17, I felt awkward at intruding on their private grief.
18, Love, hatred and grief are emotions.
19, The best remedy for grief is hard work.
20, Her grief at her son's death was terrible.
21, The sudden death of her mother's caused her grief.
22, God visited everlasting grief upon her.
23, She was out of her mind with grief.
24, My heart has been filled with grief.
25, She did not show her grief when her son died.
26, The young mother was prostrate with grief at her baby's death from pneumonia.
27, It is graceful grief and sweet sadness to think of you, but in my heart, there is a kind of soft warmth that can't be expressed with any choice of words.
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