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remorse
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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • You’ll feel remorse of conscience someday, I expect, for breaking it, Marilla, but I forgive you.
  • Oh, I felt dreadfully sorry and remorseful for all the times I’d talked in school and drawn pictures of him on my slate and made fun of him and Prissy.
  • Perhaps when she sees me lying cold and dead before her Mrs. Barry may feel remorse for what she has done and will let Diana come to my funeral.
  • If I had been killed she would had to carry a dark burden of remorse all her life.
  • As for Cordelia, she went insane with remorse and was shut up in a lunatic asylum.
  • She felt something like shame and remorse when she discovered that the sunrises behind the firs and the pale pink buds opening in the garden gave her the old inrush of gladness when she saw them—that Diana’s visits were pleasant to her and that Diana’s merry words and ways moved her to laughter and smiles—that, in brief, the beautiful world of blossom and love and friendship had lost none of its power to please her fancy and thrill her heart, that life still called to her with many…

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  • There was no sign of remorse until the police caught her.
  • I expressed my remorse at having let them down.

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