Synonym: contrite, rueful, ruthful. Similar words: remorse, useful, be useful to, purposeful, purposefully, tremor, worse, horse. Meaning: [rɪ'mɔrsfʊl /-'mɔːs-] adj. feeling or expressing pain or sorrow for sins or offenses.
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(1) He seemed genuinely remorseful for what he had done.
(2) He was genuinely remorseful.
(3) They saw a sometimes remorseful, if inarticulate and profane, Davis recount his now-familiar tale of killing 12-year-old Polly.
(4) As you look remorseful I will forgive you.
(5) His voice assumed a remorseful tone as he apologized.
(6) Beating remorseful and loud the mutable sands of the sea - shore.
(7) Xuan was remorseful, but he was too stubborn to admit he had been wrong.
(8) Shui Han demands a divorce but a remorseful De Qi begs him to forgive her.
(9) The minister well knew -- subtle, but remorseful hypocrite that he was!
(10) I want to put the more shamefaced and remorseful of them to work, Profumo style.
(11) He represented to the court that the accused was very remorseful.
(12) An A major-F major chord progression is heard as the remorseful Achilles reflects on his men who died through his fault.
(13) Can't you let lad go just for this once? He is genuinely remorseful.
(14) The truth is that a woman is extremely susceptible to a man who remorseful.
(15) Ashurst bit at his sleeve, to stifle a groan of remorseful longing.
(16) Can't you let the lad go for this once? He is genuinely remorseful.
(17) Yeobright was too deeply absorbed in the ramblings incidental to his remorseful state to notice her. Sentencedict.com
(18) Memory, the punishment from god, makes depraved, makes you remorseful, makes you agonized.
(19) When he realized the enormity of his crime, he became remorseful and penitent.
More similar words: remorse, useful, be useful to, purposeful, purposefully, tremor, worse, horse, worsen, corset, endorse, horseman, remote, remove, dark horse, horseback, horseplay, careful, memory, removal, foremost, forceful, doleful, baleful, hopeful, ceremony, endorsement, peaceful, ruefully, graceful.