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In short, her own wishes should operate very strongly against these regrets.
So, loaded with presents, and followed by regrets, Abeille went home.
As Nostromo remarked, in answer to Decoud's regrets, it was too late!
Regrets; unforeseen circumstances—compelled to sail at once, and give up pleasure, &c.
They have no regrets, like the knights of slavery, to see their places in life filled by free-born young pilgrims of life.
THE LITTLE LADY OF LAGUNITASRICHARD HENRY SAVAGE
He has no regrets, no sentimental longings, and in consequence his songs are free from racial affectation.
THE PACIFIC TRIANGLESYDNEY GREENBIE
What regrets, it may be, for some almost forgotten omission in the past, which left that very neighbourhood unsearched!
If one gives away a book, it should be a charming book—so charming, that one regrets having given it, and would not take it back.
REVIEWSOSCAR WILDE
But you have taken your resolution on mature consideration, and I have nothing to offer, therefore, but my regrets.
Now, to those who have any regrets or sadnesses in the background of memory, the painfullest of all times are these anniversaries.
CEDAR CREEKELIZABETH HELY WALSHE

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