I recount this not to bewail my fate, or to dwell in the past.
They think it the women's part to bewail their friends, the men's to remember them.
Yet not once in the course of that trip did he bewail his fate.
Some bewail the alleged fact that, at any rate, our system has little adaptability to the control of colonies or dependencies.
When we argue that we weep the dead, it would be more true to say that we bewail the living.
The servants dragged him off to a deep dungeon, where he had nothing to do but to bewail his folly.
They did nothing but regret the past and bewail the present.
He answered her, 'I bewail my condition, which is beggary, and the lack of that which filleth with pleasantness.'
I ventured to bewail my fate a little, but that did not seem to advance my cause.
Do you weep over this havoc caused by treacherous death, or do you bewail the fall of your leader's spirit?