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1‘many bewailed the decline of standards’
lament, bemoan, beat one's breast about, wring one's hands over, rue, express regret about, sigh over, deplore, complain about
mourn, grieve over, sorrow for, sorrow over, express sorrow for, express woe for, cry over, weep over, keen over, wail over
archaic plain over
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