To give forth a mournful or ominous sound.
She lamented having lost her father.
She was disconsolate about her son's death.
Upon a wintry bough;
wild dove of the United States having a mournful call.
She is disconsolate at the death of her cat.
He was in deep mourning for his father.
With slow, mournful tones, it sings the pain and misery of the past.
To ring or sound(a bell, for example)mournfully;knell.
Jo often stared at Meg with sad eyes.
She was a little wistful or sad, and even a little bitter.
in sackcloth and ashes
Immediately a funeral gloom settled like a noonday darkness upon the city.
The whole house was in grief at his death.
Nothing can assuage the widow's grief.
Just yesterday you were weeping for Rosaline.
John fell in love with Mary, but she gave him the go - by.
If thinking on me then should make you woe.