Mourned for: our late lamented president. (adjective)
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Use "lamented" in a sentence
""The Inuit language for 10,000 years never had a word for 'robin,'" McCain lamented, "and now there are robins all over their villages.""
"Guerin lamented his team's tendency to take penalties."
"Of course not; this is exactly what Galton and Darwin lamented in the upper classes."