- plaint (n.)
- "expression of sorrow," c. 1200, from Old French plainte "lament, lamentation" (12c.), from Latin planctus "lamentation, wailing, beating of the breast," from past participle stem of plangere "to lament, to strike" (see plague (n.)). Connecting notion probably is beating one's breast in grief.
- 1. To him I will bring my plaint.
- 2. But I would not sadden you by the mortal plaint.
- 3. I often had this kind of plaint.
- 4. Work one year, did not make next money? This is many farmers plaint and doubt.
- 忙活一年, 没挣下钱? 这是不少农民的感叹和疑问.
- 5. Perhaps you should plaint what the high - tech technology of this world develops is really fast.
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