Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sorrow"

The meaning of "Sorrow" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does my lifelong sorrow mean?
A: Sadness that lasts your entire life.
Tristeza que dura a vida inteira.
Q: What does What sorrows are we drowing? mean?
A: 私たちなんの悲しみを紛らしてるの?
私たちなんの悲しみを酒・麻薬・他の紛らし方で紛らしてるの?
Q: What does sorrow mean?
A: sad

my little puny sorrow it's same as "my little sadness"
Q: What does sorrow mean?
A: it means sadness but it's like a deeper kind of sadness. Being sorrowful is much more intense than being sad
Q: What does sorrow mean?

Example sentences using "Sorrow"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sorrow.
A: But to be honest if you want to speak English naturally I don't think anyone says sorrow anymore. They just say I feel sad or I'm not okay
Q: Please show me example sentences with sorrow.
A: "She was full of sorrow upon hearing that her friend's son had died."
Q: Please show me example sentences with sorrow.
A: The sorrow in my heart is only amplified when i see her on Facebook
I feel absolute sorror and don't want to continue anymore

Hope this helps :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with sorrow .
A: Sorrow is a deeper word for sadness.

I was full of sorrow at the funeral.

Synonyms of "Sorrow" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sorrow and grief ?
A: "He felt sorrow at the death of his classmate."

"after the death of his mother. He was beside himself with grief. He didn't leave his house for more than a month.

it's not always true but grief is generally stronger than sorrow.

in both sentence you can switch them. In the first sorrow works because the person is not as attached to a classmate. Losing your mother qualifies for the strongest word.
Q: What is the difference between sorrow and regret ?
A: Sorrow is when you feel sad, distressed, or unhappy. And it's usually caused by a loss or a misfortune (this can be your misfortune or someone else's)
"She felt sorrow from her grandmother's death" or "Jake understood and felt the sorrow of his friend, who had recently lost his mother in a car accident"

Regret is something you feel after performing an action or saying something that you wish you should or shouldn't have done. "Diana regretted her decision to major in Chemistry." meaning Diana is already in the process of being a Chemistry major but she wishes if she could go back in time she would not choose to be a Chemistry major. Another example "George regretted what he said to Hannah" meaning he feels sorry about what he said to Hannah and would like to change what he said to her if he went back in time. Sometimes regret can show a missed opportunity like "Kaylie regretted her decision to decline the new managerial position at her company" so because of her decision she lost that chance to be a manager.
Q: What is the difference between sorrow and sorrowful ?
A: Sorrow means a feeling of sadness.

Sorrowful means full of sorrow. It is an adjective,descriptive word.
Q: What is the difference between sorrow and grief and sadness ?
A: Well they are all the same thing! Synonyms!
"I feel sorrow when bad things happen"
"I feel grief when bad things happen"
"I feel sadness when bad things happen"
It's good to note that sorrow and grief are "more sad" than just "sadness"
Q: What is the difference between sorrow and sad ?
A: Sorrow - when you feel sorrow it means something very bad has happened , Sad - when something is sad it makes you unhappy :) hope it's clear for you

Translations of "Sorrow"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sorrow not over what is lost forever.explain it

A: you should not be sad about something that is gone and can not return
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sorrow and despair is one of the central parts of the poem.
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? expressing your sorrow for losing someone
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sorrow
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Other questions about "Sorrow"

Q: With great sorrow, I have to inform you of passing of Dr. 〇〇 on October 4 at the age of 60. The funnel ceremony was held on October 7 in Hiroshima.
I am very sorry for the delay in getting in touch with you.
does this sound natural?
A: It is almost perfect.

It is "funeral", not "funnel".

It is more natural to say "inform you of THE passing of Dr..."
Q: I have very deep sorrow that I can never ever get over. does this sound natural?
A: I like Adriana's answer best, but be aware the entire sentence is extremely poetic and would not be likely said in every day speech.
Q: I'm full of sorrow that I can't get over. does this sound natural?
A: It's correct English, but generally the word 'sorrow' is only used in poetic, dramatic settings like in novels, and not really used commonly in everyday language. That's why it sounds a bit odd to me.

Something like "I'm really sad about something and I can't get over it" would be more natural.
Q: Sweet sorrow. Does this sound natural? does this sound natural?
A: It is natural if you are William Shakespeare.

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