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deplore
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

6 uses
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Definition
strongly dislike or regret
  • Then you feel quite sure that it was your misfortune he deplored?
    Chapters 17-18 (29% in)
  • One day when I was reproaching him for his unavailing searches, and deploring the prostration of mind that followed them, he looked at me, and, smiling bitterly, opened a volume relating to the History of the City of Rome.
    Chapters 17-18 (74% in)
  • You are aware, sir, of the deplorable condition of my husband's father?"
    Chapters 51-52 (58% in)
  • "Oh," cried Eugenie, "you are a bad physiognomist, if you imagine I deplore on my own account the catastrophe of which you warn me.
    Chapters 95-96 (29% in)
  • Once past the frontier, Andrea proposed making money of his diamonds; and by uniting the proceeds to ten bank-notes he always carried about with him in case of accident, he would then find himself possessor of about 50,000 livres, which he philosophically considered as no very deplorable condition after all.
    Chapters 97-98 (63% in)
  • A few men, the least impressed of all by the scene, pronounced a discourse, some deploring this premature death, others expatiating on the grief of the father, and one very ingenious person quoting the fact that Valentine had solicited pardon of her father for criminals on whom the arm of justice was ready to fall—until at length they exhausted their stores of metaphor and mournful speeches.
    Chapters 105-106 (7% in)

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