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1. A profound mental anguish that one feels when one loses a loved one. Often accompanied with feelings of sorrow, regret, anger, guilt, and feeling very lonely.

2. An annoyance, frustration or difficulty.
"Grief at the absence of a loved one is happiness compared to life with a person one hates."

1. In his state of grief over losing the love of his life, Hank turned to liquor to ease his sorrows.

2."I swear, you give me nothing but grief over the way I clean the house!" Lucy said to her mother-in-law.
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when you feel so helpless and stupid that you think nothing will ever be right again, and your macaroni and cheese tastes like sawdust, and you can't even jerk off because it seems like too much trouble.
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An emotion of sadness or anger generally associated with a loss.
The boy felt much grief due to the loss of his mother
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An emotion of extreme anguish, generally in association with a major loss.
The death of his mother caused the young boy much grief.
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The feeling of being so depressed that you can't even jerk off because it seems like too much trouble.
I'm in too much grief to think of an example.
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