Definition of Lamenters

1. Noun. (plural of lamenter) ¹



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Definition of Lamenters

1. lamenter [n] - See also: lamenter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lamenters

lamellose
lamellula
lamellulas
lamels
lamely
lameness
lamenesses
lament
lamentable
lamentableness
lamentably
lamentation
lamented
lamentedly
lamenter
lamenters (current term)
lamentful
lamenting
lamentingly
lamentoso
laments
lameo
lameos
lamer
lamers
lames
lamest
lamestream
lameter
lameters

Literary usage of Lamenters

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1. A Sheaf of Poems by George Perry (1894)
"O wild lamenters of the smiles That for too brief a season shone ! Ye rude, harsh-throated chanters ! share With us the burden of a grief That in your ..."

2. Corsica in Its Picturesque, Social, and Historical Aspects: The Record of a by Ferdinand Gregorovius (1855)
"As soon as the chorus enters the house, the lamenters greet the mourner, ... On the mountains the female lamenters even tear their faces till the blood ..."

3. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1899)
"And in Judah the lamenters were behind the hearse, and they spoke only of the virtues which he possessed; and the people who were behind them did not repeat ..."

4. The Popular Science Monthly (1890)
"The loud cries of so-called lamentation had probably a similar origin, and this is more marked when the lamenters were strangers to the dead, ..."

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