来自拉丁语dolor, 悲伤，词源同condole, doleful.
- dolorous (adj.)
- c. 1400, "causing pain," from Old French doloros (12c., Modern French douloureux) "painful, sorrowful, wretched," from Late Latin dolorosus "painful, sorrowful," from Latin dolor "pain, grief." Sense of "causing grief" is from mid-15c.; that of "full of sorrow" is from 1510s. Related: Dolorously; dolorousness.
- 1. Now and again the hunter can hear a long - draw dolorous whine of some unseen coyote.
- 2. With a broken - hearted smile, he lifted a pair of dolorous eyes.
- 带著伤心的微笑, 他抬起了一双痛苦的眼睛.
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