(1) Does warfare cause us to sorrow over sin and pray for Christ's return?(2) I sorrow without relief for the sight that you deny, and die, for I long to die.(3) it was a great sorrow to her when they separated(4) But it never occurred to her or her partners to complain, bearing in mind their deep sorrow and the great honour of taking part in such a glorious project.(5) It was also to remember her journey through pain, sorrow , loss and deprivation.(6) I sorrow for you, I have seen your devotion to her, but I speak the truth.(7) But the scene avoids sentimentality also because we know it is bubbling up from deep personal sorrow .(8) He was standing stiffly at his gate, staring into the cemetery, his eyes deep pools of inexpressible sorrow .(9) Although they were getting along and all appeared to be going well on the outside he knew that he was masking his deep sorrow and loss through his music.(10) Paul explains that his readers must not sorrow for their loved ones as do ├ö├ç├┐the rest├ö├ç├û who have no hope.(11) He has much the same look as the old man, the look of deep sorrow and despair.(12) His book revealed his sorrow and disappointment, nothing else.(13) Mary suffered great sorrow in her life, but she accepted her losses and crosses.(14) Pain, anger, suffering, sorrow , loss, death, distraught, fear; all of those were brought on by war.(15) What heart without evaporating in sighs can ponder the burden of deepest sorrow s and lamentations of parents, children, husbands, wives, kinsmen, friends.(16) With deep sorrow for those who suffered and died, I must say that his momentous decision, which hastened the end of that awful war, was justified.