Thesaurus / regretted


Let’s come together and commit to a shared future so that we will be able to look back at this moment in history not with regrets of how we failed, but with admiration for what we achieved.

So she asked her relatives to film short testimonials about their illness and their regret over attending the lunch, which was combined into the clip shared by the city.

As Thomas Crown might say, regret is a waste of time, as is mendacity.

The onboard quick-charging tech can deliver around four hours of playtime with a 10-minute charge, too, so no more regrets if you forget to charge up before a trip.

He worked long hours and was prone to explosions of violence followed by expressions of regret.

Nevertheless, he regretted the very smell of the gas and the noise of the omnibuses.

His class room will never be forgotten by those who delighted to go to it, and regretted to leave it.

In all this the matter had arranged itself as such matters do, and there was nothing, in truth, to be regretted.

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I have often regretted my last words to Colvin on this occasion.

It is much to be regretted that the descent was ever allowed to take place.


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