Examples of regrettable in a Sentence
His decision to quit is regrettable.
It was a regrettable mistake.
Recent Examples of regrettable from the Web
Similarly, Dorothy Carnegie’s 1957 book with the slightly regrettable title, How to Help Your Husband Get Ahead, has useful advice.
Yass holds a rodeo and agricultural show every March and an arts-and-crafts festival every November, but neither event crowns a Yass Queen, which is truly regrettable.
Covington had a regrettable performance, scoring one point.
There’s no warning not to try this at home — which is regrettable, given how many viewers the movie seems poised to captivate with Mr. Goldsworthy’s worldview.
Yet the financial pressures and inherent conflicts of joint ownership made Friday’s decision to withhold Audible from the Belmont (ostensibly for a minor injury) both predictable and regrettable.
For The Outline, Robert Silverman tells the story of his father’s regrettable success painting the cover of one of Jethro Tull’s best-selling albums.
Only Greinke’s dismal, hanging first-pitch changeup to George Springer in the fifth inning was regrettable.
The Egyptian is easily the Blues' most regrettable sale, having racked up 42 goals for Liverpool this season en route to the PFA Players' Player of the Year award.
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REGRETTABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of regrettable for English Language Learners
: causing sadness or disappointment
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