Sinónimos de rueful
feeling or expressing sorrow or regretHe shook his head and gave me a rueful smile.
He gave a regretful smile.
The loss left me feeling sad and empty.
You can't occupy yourself with dismal thoughts all the time.
It was at this time of day that I felt most melancholy.
It was the most pitiful sight I had ever seen.
those woeful people to whom life had dealt a bad hand
She was very sorry about all the trouble she'd caused.
He looked mournful, even near to tears.
Her voice was small and plaintive.
He plays it so slowly that it becomes lugubrious.
He was so contrite that he wrote me a letter of apology.
His father's face looked suddenly soft and sorrowful.
a repentant criminal
He stared over his glasses with a doleful look.
He was genuinely remorseful.
a penitent sinner
Her grandmother seemed to her a pitiable figure.
She sniffed and looked quite woebegone.
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in the sense of conscience-stricken
feeling guilty because of having done something wrong
in the sense of contrite
full of guilt or regretHe was so contrite that he wrote me a letter of apology.
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