one of the mourners carrying the coffin at a funeral.
By courtesy of the mourner, he endeavours to devour the nourishing odour.
A prayer that is recited in the daily synagogue services and by mourners after the death of a close relative.
Hundreds of mourners turned out to pay tribute to the man known by television audiences around the world as "the Crocodile Hunter", Steve Irwin.
Mourners stood in front of flowers and burning candles in Winnenden in southern Germany on Thursday.
We all wept in silence for the deceased.
We express our mourning for the dead.
The period during which a death is mourned.
A loud, wailing lament for the dead.
London shall mourn the death of twenty thousand, and the Thames will be turned into blood.
There was a day of mourning across Virginia for the victims yesterday.
To show grief for a death by conventional signs, as by wearing black clothes.
Democrats say his nine eleven speech to the nation last night President Bush was using a national day of mourning for partisan gain.
She listened to him playing adagio, bemoaning the ghastly deaths and rejoicing over the miraculous survivals.
People mourn China earthquake dead with air sirens wailing in grief.
Elegies of Mourning and Self-mourning--Comment on some mournful poems by Li Shangyin;
The nation bleeds for its dead heroes.
an elegiac lament for youthful ideals.