remorsefully


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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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Adv.1.remorsefully - in a rueful manner; "`I made a big mistake,' he said ruefully"
Translations
بِنَدَم الضَّمير
kajícně
bûntudatosan
fullur iîrunar
kajúcne
pişmanlıkla

remorsefully

[rɪˈmɔːsfəlɪ] ADVcon remordimiento
he said remorsefullydijo arrepentido

remorsefully

[rɪˈmɔːrsfʊli] adv
"My poor wife!" he said, remorsefully → "Ma pauvre femme!" dit-il plein de remords.

remorsefully

advreumütig, reuig

remorsefully

[rɪˈmɔːsflɪ] advcon rimorso

remorse

(rəˈmoːs) noun
regret about something wrong or bad which one has done.
reˈmorseful adjective
feeling remorse.
reˈmorsefully adverb
reˈmorseless adjective
cruel; without pity. a remorseless tyrant.
reˈmorselessly adverb
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Alec said remorsefully, as he strained his eyes through the dusk, fancying he saw a small figure sitting in the garden as it had sat on the keg the night before, laying the generous little plot that had cost more than he could guess.
Anne looked at him remorsefully; then she slipped down on the rug beside him and laid her glossy red head on his arm.
"Are you sure she is safe?" whispered Jo, looking remorsefully at the golden head, which might have been swept away from her sight forever under the treacherous ice.
"I know I 've made a guy of myself; but Fan insisted on it, for fear you 'd be offended if I did n't go the first dance with you," said Tom, remorsefully, watching Polly as she settled the bow of her crushed sash, which Tom had used as a sort of handle by which to turn and twist her; "I can do the Lancers tip-top; but you won't ever want to dance with me any more," he added, as he began to fan her so violently, that her hair flew about as if in a gale of wind.
He eyed her gloomily - remorsefully I thought - for an instant; and said, turning his head towards me, but looking at my feet instead of my face:
When I escape from you for a moment, it is only to groan remorsefully over the hours you have tempted me to waste and the energy you have futilized."
Little Dorrit, on the ground beside him, with her imploring hand upon his arm, watched him remorsefully. Coming out of his fit of grief, he clenched his pocket-handkerchief once more.
Now, the design of your creation is--not that you should swill, and guzzle, and associate your enjoyments, brutally, with food; Toby thought remorsefully of the tripe; 'but that you should feel the Dignity of Labour.
"And you don't know how abruptly I behaved to him!" she cried remorsefully.
"In Tripoli, the day of Eid al-Fitr has been sad and bloody, leaving behind fallen martyrs of our finest young men in the Lebanese army and Internal Security Forces," Kanaan added remorsefully. "This is what drives us once again to confirm our adherence to the logic of the state of institutions, which must be an incentive for all of us to overcome our differences," he emphasized.
Again, the Builsa North MP, James Agalga, stating emphatically of a precedence in the House, argued that Kennedy Agyapong be made to apologise remorsefully, citing, 'deep from his heart.'
Idris Hassan, 'the man, whom we didn't believe,' said the formidable politician and first Prime Minister of Sudan, Ismail al-Azhari (1954-1956) remorsefully, when he met him at the infamous Sudanese Kobar prison in 1969, a few days after JaafarNimeiry's military coup.