Regret

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Definition

to regret: to feel sorry about, to lament, to feel remorse about
verb

a regret: a sorrow, a sadness associated with some wrong done or some disappointment
noun

Examples

  • "Perhaps you'd like to return there if you regret coming to San Francisco."
  • "We want them to believe that you truly regret missing their call, and that you will do your best to call them back as soon as you are able."
  • "I promise you won't regret your choice."
  • "I regret to inform you that the standard of service provided by the cleaner you sent us, Mr. Jorge Miguel Santa Maria Jesus, is totally unsatisfactory."
  • "I'm probably going to regret saying this, but there's a secret I've been dying to share with someone."
  • "You won't regret this Bruno."
  • "Definition: a written or spoken expression of one's regret, remorse, or sorrow for having insulted, failed, injured, or wronged another."
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  • "You won't regret it!"
  • "Therefore, it is with regret that I recommend she be dismissed as soon as possible PERIOD."

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