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Noun
/grēf/,
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Deep sorrow, esp. that caused by someone's death,
  1. Deep sorrow, esp. that caused by someone's death
    • - she was overcome with grief
  2. Trouble or annoyance
    • - they won't give you any grief in the next few days

  1. intense sorrow caused by loss of a loved one (especially by death)
  2. something that causes great unhappiness; "her death was a great grief to John"
  3. (grieving) bereaved: sorrowful through loss or deprivation; "bereft of hope"
  4. Grief is a multi-faceted response to loss, particularly to the loss of someone or something to which a bond was formed. Although conventionally focused on the emotional response to loss, it also has physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, and philosophical dimensions. ...
  5. Grief was a Boston-based heavy metal band.
  6. The following is a list of episodes for the Disney animated show Gargoyles.
  7. Grief is a novel by American author Andrew Holleran, published in 2006. An open homosexual, Holleran maintains the reputation of a respected writer of Gay Literature. The novel takes place in Washington D.C. ...
  8. Suffering, hardship. [from early 13th c.]; Pain of mind arising from misfortune, significant personal loss, misconduct of oneself or others, etc.; sorrow; sadness. [from early 14th c. ...
  9. (Grieving) part of the natural process that includes experiencing deep sadness. Brickus offers free Post Service Care to help with grieving and other issues surrounding the death of a loved one.
  10. (Grieving) A natural state of misery that begins when I misplace the cork that plugged up my bottle of denial and ends when I buy a new cork.
  11. (Grieving) Surprisingly, perhaps, people can get attached to disputes and their disappearance can leave a void. This needs to be recognised, where appropriate, and the mediator must be ready to allow one party to express their emotions.
  12. (Grieving) The act of keeping someone under 5 allegiance.
  13. Grieving is the response to losing someone or something important. It is a normal reaction. A person can experience grief over many kinds of loss, from death and divorce to the loss of a job or one's good health due to illness.
  14. the process that occurs as a result of a loss. Similar to bereavement, the loss may be a death of a loved one or of an ideal (divorce, job, home, etc.). Grief is the emotional and objective reactions to a loss of any type.
  15. Emotional response to an external and consciously recognized loss; self-limiting and gradually subsiding within a reasonable length of time.
  16. The normal response to a major loss, such as the death of a loved one. Grief may also be felt by a person with a serious, long-term illness or with a terminal illness. It may include feelings of great sadness, anger, guilt, and despair. ...
  17. From the same root as grave, aggravate, baritone. Mental anguish, annoyance, regret, trouble, grievance.
  18. (greef) — All the feelings people have when someone close to them dies.
  19. trouble, hassle. i.e.. "Hey man don't give me grief !".
  20. A feeling of emotional deprivation or loss. Grief may be experienced by each member of the adoption triad at some point.
  21. Trouble, strife, backchat. ‘Are you tuning* me grief china*?’
  22. means the response to loss that often occurs in stages of varying length. Stages are differentiated by changes in feeling, thought, and behavior.
  23. The normal, natural and necessary inner experience of loss. The space God gives us to feel feelings of loss and separation. A deep sense of sorrow. See Bereavement and Mourning.
  24. A normal and natural reaction to loss.
  25. domanassa (q.v.) - Indulging in g. s. manopavicāra.