Definition of 'remorse'
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One of the most striking findings is the complete absence of any buyers' remorse. The Sun (2016)I feel remorse she lost her dog. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You have expressed genuine concern and remorse about the position you had put yourself in. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is going to be full of remorse and regret for his stupidity. The Sun (2010)He has no memories and feels no remorse. Christianity Today (2000)There were no feelings of remorse or guilt from him at all. The Sun (2013)We should not expect anything resembling genuine remorse. The Sun (2016)The same was true of his feelings of guilt and remorse. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They were disciplined but will keep their jobs because of their genuine remorse. The Sun (2011)How are you not going to feel this enormous remorse and guilt? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Staff at the reform centre say that he has expressed genuine remorse. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He showed genuine remorse when we met yesterday. The Sun (2010)She feels deep remorse for her actions on that tragic day and reflects on these on a daily basis. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She agrees but instantly feels remorse. The Sun (2015)He feels no remorse or regret. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And do they feel any remorse? Times, Sunday Times (2012)She had a catastrophic case of buyer 's remorse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)After Derby he learnt that resigning on a whim led to remorse and regret. Provided You Don't Kiss Me: 20 Years with Brian Clough (2007)Either that or we may just suffer a nasty case of buyer 's remorse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Did she have any buyer 's remorse? Times, Sunday Times (2008)But more and more politicians and commentators are suffering buyers' remorse. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I find your offending disgusting, cynical and it seems without any regret or remorse. The Sun (2013)I feel deep remorse and am very sorry for what happened'. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'remorse'
British English: remorse /rɪˈmɔːs/ NOUN
Remorse is a strong feeling of guilt and regret about something wrong that you have done.
He was filled with remorse.
- American English: remorse
- Arabic: نَدَم
- Brazilian Portuguese: remorso
- Chinese: 懊悔
- Croatian: kajanje
- Czech: výčitky svědomí
- Danish: samvittighedskval
- Dutch: wroeging
- European Spanish: remordimiento
- Finnish: tunnontuskat
- French: remords
- German: Reue
- Greek: τύψεις
- Italian: rimorso
- Japanese: 良心の呵責
- Korean: 깊은 후회
- Norwegian: anger
- Polish: wyrzuty sumienia
- European Portuguese: remorso
- Romanian: remușcare
- Russian: раскаяние
- Spanish: remordimiento
- Swedish: ånger
- Thai: การสำนึกผิด
- Turkish: vicdan azabı
- Ukrainian: каяття
- Vietnamese: sự ăn năn
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