sorrow noun

ADJ. deep, genuine, great, unbearable

VERB + SORROW feel I felt no sorrow for her. | express He wrote to the dead man's mother expressing his deep sorrow. | share She wanted to share his sorrow. | hide I couldn't hide my sorrow and anger. | bring, cause The war brought sorrow to millions.

PREP. to sb's ~ To his great sorrow he could not remember his mother. | with ~ They accepted the decision with sorrow. | ~ at his sorrow at having to quit his job

PHRASES a feeling/pang of sorrow Claudia felt a deep pang of sorrow for her sister. | full of sorrow He looked at Katherine, his eyes full of sorrow. | tears of sorrow Tears of relief were mixed with tears of sorrow. | a time of sorrow This is a time of great sorrow for all the family.