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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.

From Fortune

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.

From Fortune

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.

From Ozy

As painful as the experience was, I have never regretted going through that process.

In The Lay of the Land, Frank met with a failing octogenarian friend and visited a funeral home—and regretted both.

It was time to sell the GM building, something his son says he regretted until his death in 2003.

An acquired taste, certainly, but once acquired never regretted.

Dima also regretted that they had just put the tools away before the man came in, hoping to finish before the match began.

We did not talk much about the past at dinner, except—ah me, how bitterly we regretted our 10 per cent.

Everybody was sorry to go when they left, and their host regretted the departure of his visitors.

We will now mention a fact which in the estimation of all true lovers of these fine violins is to be greatly regretted.

She regretted that she had not made Arobin stay a half hour to talk over the horses with her.

He was rapidly acquiring distinction in science, and his loss was much regretted.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to regretted, such as: lament, grieve, repent, bemoan, apologize, and deplore.

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