Definition of Sorrowers

1. sorrower [n] - See also: sorrower



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sorrowers

sorrances
sorras
sorrel
sorrel tree
sorrels
sorrier
sorries
sorriest
sorrily
sorriness
sorrinesses
sorrow
sorrowe
sorrowed
sorrower
sorrowers (current term)
sorrowes
sorroweth
sorrowful
sorrowfully
sorrowfulness
sorrowfulnesses
sorrowing
sorrowing(a)
sorrowingly
sorrowless
sorrowly
sorrows
sorrowy
sorry

Literary usage of Sorrowers

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1. The Friend of Peaceby Noah Worcester, Massachusetts Peace Society by Noah Worcester, Massachusetts Peace Society (1827)
"As a fraternity, our strength is impaired ;—as members of society, we are sorrowers in common with all who respect learning, ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1825)
"... her eye upturn'd to Heav'n, Where Virtue's never-fading crown is giv'n, Sheds o'er the weeping sorrowers below, That calai a Christian's grief alone can ..."

3. English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature by Henry Morley, William Hall Griffin (1888)
"And in the evening the sorrowers Sang their lament, when they must turn away In grief from the high King. He rested then Where no men were about Him. ..."

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