Historians must, as usual, do what they can with the materials which lie to hand rather than bewail the absence of that which is missing.
The wickedness of the King alone would take at least seven lifetimes to properly bewail .
In the mean, the more we embrace that kind of ‘modernity’ is the more we will see people relinquish all responsibility and continue to bewail and lament and cry and scream for government to do this, that and the other.
Let them meet first, as women, to bewail and commemorate the dead.
This is the season to be jolly and maybe also to bewail our lack of will power as we knock back a few too many drinks at the office party and generally overindulge all our vices from smoking to eating.
men will bewail the loss of earlier freedoms
Other regions might scream and bewail their fate; the homeless coasters simply looked slightly puzzled.
I used to ‘acknowledge and bewail my manifold sins and wickedness’ every week.
We don't have to bewail , but we're too sad to deal with this unless I figure out the decision.
But I do slightly bewail the way publishers pack the talent into the second half.