grieves, 3rd person singular present; grieving, present participle; grieved, past tense; grieved, past participle;
she grieved for her father
Feel grief for or because of
she did not have the opportunity to grieve her mother's death
Cause great distress to (someone)
what grieves you, my son?
it grieves me to think of you in that house alone
cause to feel sorrow; "his behavior grieves his mother"
(grieving) bereaved: sorrowful through loss or deprivation; "bereft of hope"
The Grieve was a Peruvian automobile that was built in 1908 by Juan Alberto Grieve, a Peruvian engineer with extensive knowledge in combustion engines. The vehicle became the first automobile designed and built in South America. ...
(Grieving) Grief is a multi-faceted response to loss, particularly to the loss of someone or something to which a bond was formed. Although conventionally focused on the emotional response to loss, it also has physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, and philosophical dimensions. ...
A governor of a town or province; A manager or steward, e.g. of a farm; To cause sorrow or distress; To feel very sad about; to mourn; to sorrow for; To experience grief; To harm; To submit or file a grievance
(Grieving) part of the natural process that includes experiencing deep sadness. Brickus offers free Post Service Care to help with grieving and other issues surrounding the death of a loved one.
(Grieving) A natural state of misery that begins when I misplace the cork that plugged up my bottle of denial and ends when I buy a new cork.
(Grieving) Surprisingly, perhaps, people can get attached to disputes and their disappearance can leave a void. This needs to be recognised, where appropriate, and the mediator must be ready to allow one party to express their emotions.
(Grieving) The act of keeping someone under 5 allegiance.
Grieving is the response to losing someone or something important. It is a normal reaction. A person can experience grief over many kinds of loss, from death and divorce to the loss of a job or one's good health due to illness.
mentions Korr's definition of manipulation as follows: "the application of an accurately determined and specifically directed manual force to the body, in order to improve mobility in areas that are restricted; in joints, in connective tissues or in skeletal muscles". (Manip #2 p. 857)