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remorseful

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adjective re·morse·ful \-ˈmȯrs-fəl\

Definition of remorseful

  1. :  motivated or marked by remorse

remorsefully

play \-fə-lē\ adverb

remorsefulness

noun


Examples of remorseful in a sentence

  1. <was remorseful about all the trouble that he had caused in the family>



1592

First Known Use of remorseful

1592

Rhymes with remorseful



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