aaaaaaaa – n. [usually plural] grooves left in face or hand cream from the last time a loved one’s fingers reached in:
aaaaa – v. to drive and cry simultaneously:
In the quasi- privacy of her car as she commuted, she could not escape her overwhelming grief. As tears blurred her vision, she wondered how many accidents had been caused by aaaaaing.
aaaa – 1. n. hole in the ground where your home used to be located;
aaaa – 2. n. the grave where a spouse or lover is buried:
She immediately pulled over the first time she drove by her family’s old home and discovered the aaaa  because she was afraid that she might begin to aaaaa. Strangely, she was so disoriented by the unrecognizable landscape that it did not aaaaaaa .
aaaaaaa  – v. to be provoked to tears by a sensory trigger before your brain even registers why you are crying:
After the funeral, her friends grew accustomed to her unpredictable bouts of aaaaaaaing. They began driving her places because they feared heraaaaaing could cause her to crash.
aaaaaaaa  – n. family or community that forms in wake of tragedy:
When the aaaaaaa started, she became more grateful for the aaaaaaaa  who were able to share her grief.
aaaaaaaa  – v. (becoming obsolete) to call the answering machine of a deceased person:
The semi aaaaaaaaa could momentarily pretend that her mom was going to come back home soon each time she aaaaaaaa ed.
aaaaaaaaa – n. seemingly inconsequential decision that is later discovered to have drastically pivoted the course of someone’s life:
When the flight attendant agreed to fill in for a sick crew member, no one realized that this aaaaaaaaa would get her killed.
aaaaaa – n. place where a deceased person was last seen alive by the speaker:
She did not register where her brother’s aaaaaa was until she passed it and was aaaaaaaed.