That was the point in the article where I sighed a deep "thank you" to Prof. Gavison.
My late grandfather would have sighed and said, "Jewish life is cheap."
What is wanted is not the sacrifice of their money,” he sighed, “but of their pride.
mid-13c., probably a Middle English back-formation from sighte, past tense of Old English sican "to sigh," perhaps echoic of the sound of sighing. Related: Sighed; sighing.
early 14c., from sigh (v.).