The nation continues to mourn the loss of the Community Police as a functioning unit.
Dressed in widows weeds to mourn her beloved husband, her black clothing merely enhanced the strict lines of her face.
I don't think we should mourn the demise of our deeply-flawed nations.
Those two survivors will need to live with their loss and their sorrow as they mourn their colleagues.
Although most individuals did not mourn its disappearance, there were some that did.
she had to mourn for her friends who died in the accident
Usually, in an accident of this kind, we mourn the people who have died.
Of course she is entitled to mourn her late husband and the other thousands of young men from Britain who gave their lives.
Many people had come to mourn the quiet woman who had taught literature at the college.
Northampton is mourning the loss of one of its elderly residents.