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(Mount"let) n. A small or low mountain. [R.]
(Mount"y) n. [F. montée, fr. monter. See Mount, v.] The rise of a hawk after prey. Sir P.
(Mourn) v. i. [imp. & p. p. Mourned (mornd); p. pr. & vb. n. Mourning.] [AS. murnan; akin to
OS. mornian, OHG. mornen, Goth. maúrnan.]
1. To express or to feel grief or sorrow; to grieve; to be sorrowful; to lament; to be in a state of grief or
Abraham came to mourn for Sarah, and to weep for her.Gen. xxiii. 2.
2. To wear the customary garb of a mourner.
We mourn in black; why mourn we not in blood?Shak.
Grieve for an hour, perhaps, then mourn a year.Pope.
(Mourn), v. t.
1. To grieve for; to lament; to deplore; to bemoan; to bewail.
As if he mourned his rival's ill success.Addison.
And looking over the hills, I mournEmerson.
The darling who shall not return.
2. To utter in a mournful manner or voice.
The lovelorn nightingaleMilton.
Nightly to thee her sad song mourneth well.
Syn. See Deplore.
(Mourne) n. [See 2d Morne.] The armed or feruled end of a staff; in a sheephook, the end of
the staff to which the hook is attached. Sir P. Sidney.
1. One who mourns or is grieved at any misfortune, as the death of a friend.
His mourners were two hosts, his friends and foes.Byron.
2. One who attends a funeral as a hired mourner.
Mourners were provided to attend the funeral.L'Estrange.
(Mourn"ful) a. Full of sorrow; expressing, or intended to express, sorrow; mourning; grieving; sad; also,
causing sorrow; saddening; grievous; as, a mournful person; mournful looks, tones, loss. Mourn"ful*ly,
adv. Mourn"ful*ness, n.
Syn. Sorrowful; lugubrious; sad; doleful; heavy; afflictive; grievous; calamitous.
(Mourn"ing), n. [AS. murnung.]
1. The act of sorrowing or expressing grief; lamentation; sorrow.