Variant of grieve
- to cause to feel grief; afflict with deep, acute sorrow or distress
- to challenge (some action, decision, etc. of management) by filing and pursuing a grievance
- Archaic to harm; injure
Origin: Middle English greven from Old French grever from Classical Latin gravare, to burden, grieve from gravis, heavy, grievous: see grave
- to feel deep, acute sorrow or distress; mourn
- to grieve some action, decision, etc. of management
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