Alack vs. Alas
Difference Between Alack and Alas
Used to express sorrow, regret, or alarm"Whatever I long for makes me cry alack. / Whatever I wish, I quickly take it back" (Richard Wilbur).
Used to express sorrow, regret, grief, compassion, or apprehension of danger or evil.
An expression of sorrow or mourning.
A type of depression which occurs in Yakutia, formed by the subsidence of permafrost.
by bad luck;unfortunately it rained all dayalas, I cannot stay