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„Sorrow“ - proper noun, singular

The term Sorrow is the 44.926th most frequent word in English and appears 822 times within reference text. The piece was written and composed by guitarist David Gilmour.º The part of speech is proper noun, singular. There follow sample usages of the word in full sentences: "She weaves Grief and Sorrow into the world."¹ "Sorrow conceald, like an oven stopped."² "... Marcel Ophüls documentary The Sorrow and the Pity."³ Rotated its written worroS. Matching rhymes are Coorow, Holborow und ROW. The according MD5 checksum is fdd8b836fb848f8df9c292bb0435022f and the SHA1 checksum is 19b311a2aa7939c0fcfb8dcba18786f9606d98b2. The T9 representation 767769 accords this term.

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word name: Sorrow

part of speech: proper noun, singular

other word forms: sorrow

typical left word neighbours: Savior Borne Constant Memory Everlasting Perpetual Endless

typical right word neighbours: Waves Soma arc positioned introduces Dawn Julius

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The named words hold an equal prefix:

The named notions have a similar suffix:

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