remorsefulness


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re·morse·ful

 (rĭ-môrs′fəl)
adj.
Marked by or filled with remorse.

re·morse′ful·ly adv.
re·morse′ful·ness n.
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remorsefulness

noun
A feeling of regret for one's sins or misdeeds:
Theology: attrition.
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remorsefulness

[rɪˈmɔːsfʊlnɪs] Nremordimiento m

remorsefulness

nReue f; (of person also)Reumütigkeit f
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236) Prior juror studies demonstrate that the three most important factors in death penalty deliberation are (1) the gravity or "vileness of the crime," (2) the defendant's "future dangerousness," and (3) the defendant's remorsefulness.
92) Judges were bound to apply the minimum sentence without considering a defendant's background, circumstances, state of mind, or remorsefulness.
The remorsefulness doesn't really take away from the nature of the offence.