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Be still, sad heart heart! and cease repining; Behind the clouds is the sun still shining;Thy fate is the common fate of all, Into each life some rain must fall, Some days must be dark and dreary.

From the context, what do you conclude is the probable meaning of repining in the poem?

expressing uncertainty
expressing determination
expressing happiness
expressing unhappiness

I think it could be A or D but I don't know and you have to choose one.

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  1. I agree with A!

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  2. Thanks I'll see if that's right ;)

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  3. Ok let me know plz!

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  4. Its going to be a while it's a long test lol

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  5. You two are wrong. You guessed rather than take a few seconds to Google the word.

    re·pineDictionary result for repine
    /rəˈpīn/Submit
    verbLITERARY
    feel or express discontent; fret.
    "you mustn't let yourself repine"
    synonyms: fret, be/feel unhappy, mope, languish, eat one's heart out, be/feel miserable, be/feel upset, be/feel despondent, brood; More

  6. I wish you the best of luck on your test!

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  7. So is it unhappiness?

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  8. Also Mrs. Sue I did google the word that's why I thought it could be D.

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