Definition of Deploring

1. Verb. (present participle of deplore) ¹



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Definition of Deploring

1. deplore [v] - See also: deplore

Lexicographical Neighbors of Deploring

deplication
deplorability
deplorable
deplorableness
deplorably
deploration
deplorations
deplore
deplored
deploredly
deploredness
deplorement
deplorer
deplorers
deplores
deploring (current term)
deploringly
deploy
deployability
deployable
deployed
deployer
deployers
deploying
deployment
deployments
deploys
deplumate
deplumation
deplume

Literary usage of Deploring

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Life and Correspondence of Rufus King: Comprising His Letters, Private by Rufus King (1898)
"... his Son—King to Vansittart—Relative to his Son and deploring the War—Adjournment of 12th Congress—Inefficient Conduct of the War— Assembling of the I3th ..."

2. Moral tales for young people by Maria Edgeworth (1806)
"... graunted," said Clara ; and whilst her companions stretched out her train, deploring the length and breadth of ..."

3. Philobiblon: A Treatise on the Love of Books by Richard de Bury, Charles H. Orr, John Bellingham Inglis (1899)
"deploring the Destruction of Books by Wars and Fire. MOST high author and lover of peace! scatter the nations that are desirous of war, more injurious to ..."

4. History of the Expedition to Russia Undertaken by the Emperor Napoleon, in by Philippe-Paul Ségur (1825)
"Every one shuddered and hurried to assist him ; Frenchmen, Germans, Lithuanians, all agreed in deploring those disorders, for which no one could suggest a ..."

5. History of Dakota Territory by George Washington Kingsbury (1915)
"... and remarked at the close of an article deploring the injury the party had suffered by injudicious leadership, thus : As it is, the railroad tax scheme, ..."

6. Letters Containing a Sketch of the Politics of France: From the Thirty-first by Helen Maria Williams (1795)
"... liberty was loft; deploring the fate of the Gi- ronde, above all of Vergniaud, and execrating the Jacobins, and the commune of Paris. ..."

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