Grieve

Antonyms of GRIEVE

Examples of usage:

  1. Hiding his reluctance, he went with her and found Tom, who was Mrs Stewart's grieve, and had been about the place all his days. "Malcolm" by George MacDonald
  2. Dear Herr Franzelius, she said, if you're in earnest and really love me, why do you grieve me so, by telling me things I don't understand, and asking me to make somebody else happy when I do not even know of whom you're speaking? "The Children of the World" by Paul Heyse
  3. Nobody was in the least unkind to him: but he had just begun to grieve at being a burden so long, and to wonder how much longer he should be in getting his health again. "Friarswood Post-Office" by Charlotte M. Yonge
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