lamented (part of speech: verb)
regretted (part of speech: verb)
- " Ah, Little Tree," the Night Wind mourned, " there is no longer any need for me. - "The Green Forest Fairy Book", Loretta Ellen Brady.
- They had themselves dipped it in the blood of a kid to deceive him, and he mourned long, and would not be comforted, for the beloved child that he believed had been torn in pieces by evil beasts. - "Child's Story of the Bible", Mary A. Lathbury.
- No house remained in this proud land Which mourned not for its dead, And every street was filled with gloom, And every heart with dread. - "Heart Utterances at Various Periods of a Chequered Life.", Eliza Paul Kirkbride Gurney.