His visage would have been the more sanguine, which was now so pale of colour, because of the dolour that was his.
Who can measure what the pain of this Fifth dolour was to Mary!
dolour comes to him, indeed: you have spoken 20 truer than you purposed.
When she might read the writing she learned of the great pain and dolour that her lover suffered by day and by night.
Bot fear and dolour had so seazed the hartis of all, that thei could admitt no consolatioun.
Sir Volmor came home from the red field of strife, Then tidings assailed him, with dolour so rife.
But the dolour of my mind was surpassed by the discomfort of my body.
He bade me good day with a sigh, and called into his face an expression of dolour which I knew was assumed for my benefit.
When Calandrino heard this, he fell a-roaring for dolour and said, 'Woe's me!
But for the shame and dolour he would not ride to King Arthur's court, but rode another way.
dolor do·lor (dō'lər)