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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Damon also weighed in on Louis CK's apology and said that he should be forgiven based on his remorsefulness.
Conceptually, the callousness subscale taps into absent of guilty, remorsefulness, or not apologizing for wrong doing to self or others, the uncaring subscale taps into not being concern about the welfare or feeling of others and the unemotional subscale taps into not showing or expressing or letting out one's emotion.
The court is impressed by your sincerity, remorsefulness and willingness to accept responsibility for your conduct," Midtown Community Court Judge Felicia Menin told Casquejo on September 3.
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.