regret[ ri-gret ]SEE DEFINITION OF regret
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REGRET
Percival fancied there was a look almost of regret in the girl's eyes.
Then I regret to say that the boy, Robert Rushton, is unworthy of your friendship.
I regret this, but did the best I could under the circumstances.
If he carried her triumphantly off, doubtless his regret for that would eventually be as great.
We regret that his tours are so rapid, and his journals so brief.
A regret for the mistakes of yesterday must not, however, blind us to the tasks of today.
Some day, when I am rich and famous, I shall look back on all this with regret.
All the regret I shall have, if I die, my darling, will be to have no child from you.
I belong to you henceforth, and my only regret is that I am of so little worth.
A vision of gray eyes, blurred in tears of regret, had obliterated all that was material.
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