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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He said that the government may also consider: Remorsefulness, if the convict admitted to the crime Willingness to ask forgiveness from victim Impact on the victims, society and the people's faith in the justice system The government may also look into the whether the convict was charged with a heinous crime such as double murder and rapethe crime for which Sanchez' was convicted.
There is hope only if your husband confessed his infidelity and showed guilt and remorsefulness. If you are the one who forced him to confess though, the forgiveness your husband needs from you might not come easy.
"Others, who honestly cooperated with the security system and their remorsefulness have been proved, have been managed with intelligence direction against Americans," he added.
The group said rather than being victimised, he should be emulated by others who would never apologise or show remorsefulness even when caught pant down.
But Muluka said Osotsi must demonstrate remorsefulness in his communication to the party, not issue threats.
Research shows that being able to forgive a partner depends on a host of factors: the severity of the betrayal, the degree to which the betrayal was intentional, the remorsefulness of the offender, the sincerity of the apology offered, and the willingness of the harmed partner to understand the reasons why the betrayal occurred.
Before applying implicit bias theory to remorse assessments in the next Part, it is helpful to discuss in greater detail what makes accurately assessing remorsefulness so challenging.