Oh, alas and alack (goes the argument), if only we could make peace with the Palestinians!
alack, I cannot sleep a wink myself, so as sorrow loves sympathy, I came to have a chat with you.
“alack me no alacks,” she interrupted, holding up her riding rod.
Melisso and Giosefo stood watching this and said often to the muleteer, 'alack, wretch that thou art, what dost thou?
With the foils I But, alas and alack, you care not for tales of that sort.
alack, would that Edward listened more to me and less to the queen's kith!
On hearing that everything was as it should be, I went to bed, but, alack!
A black crack of noise in the street here, alack, bawled back.
The lady pulled a demure face and said, 'alack, wretched me!
alack and aday, that snare of the devil, his waste basket, was misplaced.