Definition of 'bereaved'
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But I quite see it's ridiculous to talk of marriage when you're newly bereaved so let's just forget about it. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2003)Both alone, both in their own way bereaved, they felt their way cautiously forward: music, painting, books, gardening, cats. SANDS OF TIME (2003)How can the old order look upon the new without feeling bereaved beyond measure for the world which has slipped away? ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2003)
Molly wished she could have at least been surprised by Judith VanAck, the bereaved widow. BAD MEDICINE (2003)
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Translations for 'bereaved'
British English: bereaved ADJECTIVE
A bereaved person is one who has a relative or close friend who has recently died.
He visited the bereaved family to offer comfort.
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