And looked he at the maid once more, Alack and well-a-day.
And many a flush began to rise, Alack and well-a-day.
And there he met a maiden fair, With hazel eyes and auburn hair; His heart went from him then and there, Alack and well-a-day.
She tossed her head, the coy coquette, Alack and well-a-day.
Now shews the sun his head of gold With a superior brilliancy; Now hides as were he dead and cold— Alack and woe is me.
Must I the briny torrents shed— Alack and woe is me!
Our chief is gone, at last, at last, The safeguard of our nation he; The glory of our age is past— Alack and woe is me!
Of justice is the fountain dried, And mute the law’s high symphony; Fallen is Europa’s brightest pride— Alack and woe is me.
Alack and alas for that I did with mine own self; indeed what business had I with such diversion?
It would beseem the Lord Northumberland To say 'King Richard': alack the heavy day When such a sacred king should hide his head!
She laid the blood-irons to Robin's veinAlack the more pitye!
She laid the blood-irons to Robin's vein, Alack the more pitye!
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "alack" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.