Examples of remorseful in a Sentence
was remorseful about all the trouble that he had caused in the family
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In 2012, the Hornets forward was handed a jail sentence of 10 months for kicking a man in the head during a fight, but was fortunate to only serve less than three due to being remorseful.
Immediately after the hit, Davis looked remorseful on the sidelines, running to the bench and lowering his head into his hands as if in prayer.
Lang said Bauer was deeply remorseful for the death.
Amy Attias, Wade’s defense attorney, briefly addressed reporters after the conviction, and said that Wade was very remorseful.
In other words, for children, both remorseful words and restorative actions make a difference.
To forestall so catastrophic an outcome, the miscreant sisters, already stymied by a tangle of treacheries, must prevent their distraught and remorseful father’s meddling.
All at once celebratory and remorseful, the Korean hip-hop trio’s ninth album comes 14 years into the band’s career.
The band’s pace doesn’t rise above a contemplative tempo, which allows the listener more time to wallow in Walker’s reflective, remorseful lyrics.
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First Known Use of remorseful
Synonymsapologetic, compunctious, penitent, regretful, contrite, repentant, rueful, sorry
Antonymsimpenitent, remorseless, unapologetic, unrepentant
Related Wordsashamed, shamefaced, sheepish; dolorous, grieving, lugubrious, mournful, plaintive, sorrowful, wailing, weeping, woeful
Near Antonymscompassionless, cruel, merciless, pitiless, ruthless, unmerciful; shameless, unashamed
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