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used in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

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the feeling or expression of regret for having done something wrong with a firm decision to be a better person in the future
  • He said he had put him there, to reflect upon his bad conduct, and he certainly was not giving any evidence of repentance.
    11 — The New Tie To Life (85% in)
  • I repented of my words ere they were out.
    4 — The Slave Who Dared To Feel Like A Man (41% in)
  • He may repent, and turn from the error of his ways, and so find peace; but it is not so with a favorite slave.
    6 — The Jealous Mistress (3% in)
  • You see the foolish girl has repented of her rashness, and wants to return.
    25 — Competition In Cunning (52% in)

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