n. Distress of mind caused by misfortune, injury, loss, disappointment, or the like; grief; misery; sadness; regret.n. A cause or occasion of grief; a painful fact, event, or situation; a misfortune; a trouble.n. The outward manifestation of grief; mourning; lamentation.n. The devil: used generally as an expletive in imprecation, often implying negation. Compare devil, n., 7. Sometimes the muckle sorrow. Also spelled sorra.n. Synonyms Grief, Wretchedness, etc. (see affliction), repentance, vexation, chagrin. See list under sadness.To feel sorrow, sadness, regret, grief, or anguish; grieve; be sad; feel sorry.To manifest sorrow; mourn; lament.Synonyms To grieve, mourn. See sorrow, n.To feel or display sorrow over; grieve for; mourn.To give pain to; grieve.To involve in sorrow; attach suffering or misery to.