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to lose / to forfeit
dispirited / dejected / dismayed
  *丧* | 丧* | *丧
mourning / funeral / (old) corpse
  *丧* | 丧* | *丧
to lose sth abstract but important (courage, authority, one's life etc) / to be bereaved of (one's spouse etc) / to die / disappointed / discouraged
deranged / demented / berserk (idiom)
bereaved of one's spouse (literary)
hear the wind and lose gall (idiom); terror-stricken at the news
funeral / burial
to lose one's life
to die / to lose one's life
funeral leave
hanging one's head dispiritedly (idiom); dejected / crestfallen
funeral expenses
to be orphaned of one's father
moral bankruptcy / moral degeneracy
dejected / despondent / depressed
funeral arrangements
to prepare for a funeral
to become demoralized / to lose one's sense of purpose
to be lost / to be ruined / to perish / to wither away
to hold a funeral
to feel disheartened
devoid of conscience (idiom); utterly heartless
to wail at a funeral / formal wailing while offering sacrifice to the departed
the death of one's mother
deceased wife
demoralizing talk
downhearted / downcast / in despair
to visit the bereaved to offer one's condolences
to forfeit sovereignty and humiliate the country (idiom) / to surrender territory under humiliating terms
to keep watch beside a coffin / to observe a period of mourning
messenger of death (cf Irish banshee) / person bringing bad luck
sullen / to scowl miserably
lit. trifling destroys the will (idiom); infatuation with fine details prevents one making progress / excessive attention to trivia saps the will
to die
bereavement / to lose a relative
to completely lose (one's dignity, vitality etc)
dejected / disheartened / listless
to hasten home for the funeral of a parent or grandparent
wicked / offending morality
panic-stricken / scared out of one's wits
to weep / to howl as if at a funeral
mourning garment
stray dog (idiom)
to announce sb's demise / to predict death
the death of one's father
mourning ceremonial
funeral ceremony
to be used up / to be exhausted
tragic disaster / disturbance and bloodshed
in mourning
to observe the ritual mourning
to hold a funeral procession
to play with others and offend morals / wicked
funeral arrangements
mourning staff draped in white, held at a funeral to show filial piety
messenger of death (cf Irish banshee) / person bringing bad luck
downcast wretch / bad-tempered and unpleasant person
to pull a long face / sullen / also written 哭喪著臉|哭丧着脸
scared out of one's wits (idiom); in a panic
funeral stick (held by the son as a sign of filial piety)
to ravage / to devastate
distraught / dazed
a knell
devoid of conscience (idiom)
cold and offensive (talk or manner)
to die / to perish
to be frugal in attending to funeral rites (idiom)

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