lament (part of speech: verb)
- The trees shadow it like a temple; and a silver though fitful brook wails with a constant yet not ungrateful dirge at the foot of the hill on which the tomb is placed. - "The Disowned, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- The tinkling of those mule- bells as they went up this narrow street in the night fell on no ears that heeded them, yet in truth and earnest they were ringing the dirge of the House of Aragon. - "Naples Past and Present", Arthur H. Norway.
- The dirge died away. - "The Scarlet Banner", Felix Dahn.