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remorse
used in Gone with the Wind

10 uses
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Definition
a feeling of deep regret for doing something that was wrong
  • No feeling of horror or remorse assailed her at the memory.
    3.26 (44% in)
  • He had never thought that women of her strong mettle had tears, and a flood of tenderness and remorse swept him.
    4.31 (85% in)
  • She saw too that the old aloof face of Ashley, the one she knew so well, had come back and it was wintry too, and harsh with hurt and remorse.
    4.31 (94% in)
  • The other eye was small, pale and cold, an unwinking and remorseless eye.
    4.42 (24% in)
  • But, added to her stunned sense of loss at Frank's death, were fear and remorse and the torment of a suddenly awakened conscience.
    4.47 (2% in)
  • Between the brandy which was smoothing out the harsh contours of remorse and Rhett's mocking but comforting words, the pale specter of Frank was receding into shadows.
    4.47 (39% in)
  • But she remembered the face of Archie in the lumber office, the cold, pale eye, remorseless, full of hate for her and all women.
    5.53 (77% in)
  • The sight of his face, old, haggard with remorse, added to her load, and the fact that his mill lost money every week was an extra irritant which she could not voice.
    5.56 (6% in)
  • Scarlett was beyond shame now, beyond any feeling save a wild remorse that she had hurt this gentle creature throughout the long years.
    5.61 (40% in)
  • Now she felt no sorrow or remorse, no fear or amazement.
    5.61 (89% in)

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