to complain about; to dismay or worry about something (verb)
Examples of word bemoan
For the retentive types who extra time on their hands to copy-edit othersâ€™ posts: yes I know how bemoan is actually spelled.
Every year those of us engaged in the world of books and the written word bemoan losses in publishing.
It noted that if it did repatriate cash it could change the company's effective tax rate; companies typically bemoan the high taxes on repatriated cash, and hope the U.S. government declares a temporary tax break on repatriation as it has occasionally done in the past.
Mourinho described the second leg in Barcelona as "mission impossible" as he continued to bemoan his side's treatment by the referee.
And so, finally, as others bemoan the death of American leadership, a candidate has the hubris to invoke a grand dream and the media and others pile on.