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used in Antony and Cleopatra

6 uses
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to express grief or regret
  • let me lament, with tears
    5.1 — Act 5 Scene 1 — CAESAR'S Camp before Alexandria (55% in)
lament = expressing grief or regret
  • If there were no more women but Fulvia, then had you indeed a cut, and the case to be lamented: this grief is crown'd with consolation; your old smock brings forth a new petticoat:—and, indeed, the tears live in an onion that should water this sorrow.
    1.2 — Act 1 Scene 2 — Alexandria. Another Room in CLEOPATRA'S palace (86% in)
  • Our fortune on the sea is out of breath, And sinks most lamentably.
    3.10 — Act 3 Scene 10 — Another part of the Plain (73% in)
  • The miserable change now at my end Lament nor sorrow at: but please your thoughts In feeding them with those my former fortunes Wherein I liv'd, the greatest prince o' the world, The noblest; and do now not basely die, Not cowardly put off my helmet to My countryman, a Roman by a Roman Valiantly vanquish'd.
    4.15 — Act 4 Scene 15 — Alexandria. A monument (58% in)
  • And strange it is That nature must compel us to lament Our most persisted deeds.
    5.1 — Act 5 Scene 1 — CAESAR'S Camp before Alexandria (40% in)
  • High events as these Strike those that make them; and their story is No less in pity than his glory which Brought them to be lamented.
    5.2 — Act 5 Scene 2 — Alexandria. A Room in the Monument (99% in)

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