Deplore and Moan

Deplore

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Deplore verb – To feel or express sorrow for.
Usage example: a statement from the bishops deploring the loss of life in the war overseas

Moan and deplore are semantically related in regret topic. In some cases you can use "Moan" instead a verb "Deplore".
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Moan

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Moan verb – To utter a moan.
Usage example: he moaned and cried for days after his dog, his only companion, died

Deplore and moan are semantically related in groan topic. You can use "Deplore" instead a verb "Moan".
Nearby Words: moaned, moaning, moaner
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Moan and Deplore. (2016). Retrieved 2021, September 17, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/deplore/moan
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