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repentance
used in Antigone

3 uses
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Definition
the feeling or expression of regret for having done something wrong with a firm decision to be a better person in the future
  • Warned by the seer Teiresias Creon repents him and hurries to release Antigone from her rocky prison.
  • Relent then and repent thee of thy wrath; For, if one young in years may claim some sense, I'll say 'tis best of all to be endowed With absolute wisdom; but, if that's denied, (And nature takes not readily that ply) Next wise is he who lists to sage advice.
  • To err is common To all men, but the man who having erred Hugs not his errors, but repents and seeks The cure, is not a wastrel nor unwise.

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