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- adj. That groans.
- adj. That is heavily laden.
- n. A low sound associated with extended suffering, sorrow, and toil.
- n. Making groans.
- v. Present participle of groan.
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If you look closely, the groaning is almost visible.
And please don't turn up at my blog again groaning that you can't afford to buy books!
Jesus therefore again groaning in himself cometh to the grave.
Again groaning in himself, he comes to the grave: he groaned, (1.)
Thou knowest what I want and what I would have: My groaning is not hidden from thee.
a large wooden cabinet and heard men within groaning for hunger and thirst.
Jesus again groaning in himself -- that is, as at Joh 11: 33, checked or repressed His rising feelings, in the former instance, of sorrow, here of righteous indignation at their unreasonable unbelief; (compare
They draw on other scriptural motifs, like their own personal resurrection or what the Apostle Paul called the groaning of the whole creation that awaits renewal and then look for their place in it.
And our stone house was kind of groaning and moaning, and the tin roof was rattling.
Pretty soon, though, one of the women said "Oh, Lord, here they come!" and the other women gave that kind of groaning laugh when you're half-dreading, half-anticipating something.