Definition of Bereaven

1. bereave [v] - See also: bereave



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bereaven

bercary
berceau
berceaux
berceuse
berceuses
berdaches
berdash
berdashes
berdesinskiite
bere
bereave
bereaved
bereavement
bereavements
bereaven (current term)
bereaver
bereavers
bereaves
bereaving
berede
bereft
bereft of(p)
bereftness
beremeal
berend
beres
beresque
beret
bereted

Literary usage of Bereaven

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1. Nature and Life: Sermons by Robert Collyer (1872)
"I made it honestly, and made good use of it. Why is my home ruined ? I never brought upon it one shadow of disgrace. Why am I bereaven of my children, ..."

2. The Contemporary Review (1873)
"0 soul bereaven ! God had a Son—He pass'd that way to heaven ; Follow, and look upon the Face divine ! " Wordsworth himself could scarcely have manipulated ..."

3. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1884)
"... they thought the planets seven liy her sweet voice might well their tunes have mended ; Whin she did sigh, all were of joy bereaven ; And when she ..."

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