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remorse
used in Kidnapped

4 uses
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Definition
a feeling of deep regret for doing something that was wrong
  • ...there was a cold gnawing in my inside like a remorse for something wrong.
    Chapter 30 (98% in)
remorse = feeling of deep regret
  • With the clear perception of my plight, there fell upon me a blackness of despair, a horror of remorse at my own folly, and a passion of anger at my uncle, that once more bereft me of my senses.
    Chapter 7 (6% in)
  • For my part, I could say nothing, she was so simple a creature that my heart smote me both with remorse and fear: remorse because we had traded upon her ignorance; and fear lest we should have anyway involved her in the dangers of our situation.
    Chapter 26 (99% in)
  • For my part, I could say nothing, she was so simple a creature that my heart smote me both with remorse and fear: remorse because we had traded upon her ignorance; and fear lest we should have anyway involved her in the dangers of our situation.
    Chapter 26 (99% in)

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