• Definition for "dolor"
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dolor definition

  • noun:
    • Sorrow; grief.
    • sorrow, grief, distress or anguish
    • a unit of discomfort always in theory consider people's results.
    • Pain; grief; distress; anguish.
    • Sorrow; grief.
    • soreness; pang; suffering; distress.
    • Grief; sorrow; lamentation.
    • sorrow, grief, misery or anguish
    • an inferior feast set up by Pope Pius VII. in 1814 for 3rd Sunday of September.
    • a unit of discomfort accustomed in theory weigh people's outcomes.
    • (poetry) painful grief
    • soreness; grief; distress; anguish.
    • Pain; pang; suffering; distress.
    • Grief; sadness; lamentation.
    • a smaller feast established by Pope Pius VII. in 1814 for 3rd Sunday of September.
    • (poetry) painful grief
    • Sorrow; grief.
    • sorrow, grief, misery or anguish
    • a unit of pain familiar with theoretically consider people's outcomes.
    • soreness; grief; distress; anguish.
    • soreness; pang; suffering; stress.
    • Grief; sorrow; lamentation.
    • Sorrow; grief.
    • sorrow, grief, misery or anguish
    • a unit of pain always in theory consider people's effects.
    • Pain; grief; distress; anguish.
    • soreness; pang; suffering; stress.
    • Grief; sorrow; lamentation.
    • A lesser feast established by Pope Pius VII. in 1814 the 3rd Sunday of September.
    • (poetry) painful grief
    • A lesser feast established by Pope Pius VII. in 1814 when it comes to third Sunday of September.
    • (poetry) painful grief
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