What is another word for keens?

Pronunciation: [kˈiːnz] (IPA)

Keens is a verb that means being passionate or emotional about something. Some synonyms for this word include "mourns," "laments," "grieves," and "bemoans." These terms are used to describe the feeling of sadness or regret over a loss, situation or event. To keen typically involves wailing, crying, or lamenting with an intense expression of emotion. Other synonyms might include "cries," "sobs," "weeps," or "howls," as these words also convey a strong emotional response. Additionally, words like "yearns," "longs," and "craves" can also be used in a somewhat similar context, referencing a desire or emotional attachment to something in a less dramatic way.

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What are the hypernyms for Keens?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Keens

Even in the middle of the contest for the Treasury, he had found time to listen to Mr. Wilson keens report on the affairs of the late Samuel Baker.
"Democracy An American Novel"
Henry Adams
I 'm no hunting man now, and I sit by the fire, And whenever the wind keens around by the byre, I shiver and rock like a reed that has root in the mire.
"Sprays of Shamrock"
Clinton Scollard

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