Definition of Interjections for Grief/Pain:
Interjections for grief/pain express an intense sense of grief/ pain in any unfortunate event.
Examples of Interjections for Grief/Pain:
- Ah! Our team lost the match.
- Alas! John’s father died yesterday.
- Ouch! I hurt my ankle.
- What a pity! You have lost your tab.
- Ah! Our plan has failed.
- Ah! The project turned into a failure.
- Ouch! I have hurt my knee.
- Ouch! I have fallen down.
- Ouch! I have hurt my toe.
- Ouch! I hurt my wrist.
- Ouch! I hurt my elbow.
- Ah! The program was boring.
- Ah! The plan did not work.
- Oh! The story was really sad.
- Oh! The man is so weak.
- Oh! Two of our team members are sick.
- Ah! Aric has broken his leg.
- Alas! Andrew’s uncle died yesterday.
- Ah! Allen has broken his hand.
- Ah! Bob has met with an accident.
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