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  • Still he lingered, remorsefully.
  • He was remorseful when he thought of Corporal Whitcomb.
  • He gazed down remorsefully and saw that the orderly forced upon him by Colonel Korn to keep his tent clean and attend to his belongings had neglected to shine his shoes again.
  • The colonel abandoned his project with remorse, for he had conceived it entirely on his own and had hoped to unveil it as a striking demonstration to everyone that he had no real need for Colonel Korn.
  • Yossarian stepped down from the flight deck and seated himself on the floor, hanging his head with guilt and remorse.
  • Yossarian turned sorry with a stab of yearning and remorse.
  • ’Oh,’ the chaplain exclaimed with a look of stark remorse, the back of his hand covering his mouth.

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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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