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From Middle English sorowy, equivalent to sorrow + -y.
Adjective sorrowy (comparative more sorrowy, superlative most sorrowy) (obsolete) Sorrowful. 1803, “The War-Torn Veteran”, in The Evening Post, reprinted in The Balance,, and Columbian Repository, Volume II, page 216: With rev’rence I approach’d a hoary seer, Who, bending o’er his crutch, seem’d lost in woe, And many a sigh and many a sorrowy tear, Spoke plain as words “Ah! whither can I go?”
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