“We have so many contradictory pieces of polling data,” he laments.
In this technological tirade, Rooney laments the death of his beloved typewriter, which lasted him 50 years.
“I think the material was very good but we just were not able to connect to the reader,” Berger laments.
Writer Ben Greenman laments the loss of letter writing—and the considered thoughts and emotions that were part of the process.
“Rents are higher, even the cost of coffee has doubled,” he laments.
The ballads of the Cid, and the laments of the Moors, formed the chief burden of their song.
Meanwhile the press in Madrid laments the incultura of the Andalusian peasants.
Sancho laments the loss with true pathos, and the knight condoles with him.
Then his laments were so violent that the girl was obliged to soothe him in her turn.
The author of the "Serving-man's Comfort," 1598, also laments the decay of hospitality.