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It’s really easy to let go and get caught up in the moment, which could prompt you to post something regretful when you know it’s going to disappear in 24 hours.
They were “regretful and embarrassed,” they said, that they didn’t previously take into account the Antebellum South’s associations with the pre-Civil War slavery era.
I feel lucky but also regretful that my anticipated long day in the woods is over, with plenty of processing work ahead.
HAS TECHNOLOGY MADE US WORSE HUNTERS?BY HENRY BUNN/OUTDOOR LIFEOCTOBER 27, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
It can rate your typing with qualifiers such as “accusatory,” “formal,” “encouraging,” or “regretful.”
The farmer watched her as she came up, and a deep regretful sigh burst from his lips.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
If my request is tiresome, do not hesitate to refuse; I shall be regretful, but not offended.
Am feeling very sad, rather regretful—think what a nice man my lawyer is.
MY WONDERFUL VISITCHARLIE CHAPLIN
For a year he exchanges regretful sighs with this other, and the money goes, and the hate increases, and she writes to him.
THE RAKE'S PROGRESSMARJORIE BOWEN
When she reached her home again a flood of regretful sorrow overwhelmed her heart, and she wept bitterly.
I tucked a regretful head down between my hunched shoulders, making no reply.

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