deplore


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Synonyms for deplore

disapprove of

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lament

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Synonyms for deplore

to feel or express strong disapproval of

to feel or express sorrow for

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But this may be said, that when the tea was finally announced, our young lady came downstairs a great deal more cheerful; that she did not despond, or deplore her fate, or think about George's coldness, or Rebecca's eyes, as she had been wont to do of late.
I had still enough of the honest man in me to welcome the postponement of our actual felonies, to dread their performance, to deplore their necessity: which is merely another way of stating the too patent fact that I was an incomparably weaker man than Raffles, while every whit as wicked.
I became a - er - general member of this Society," the Duke continued, "sympathising heartily with its objects as explained to me by you, Prince, and believing, although to confess it is somewhat of a humiliation, that a certain amount of - er - combination amongst the aristocracy has become necessary to resist the terrible increase of Socialism which we must all so much deplore.
At length, Madame Rigaud, in an access of fury that I must ever deplore, threw herself upon me with screams of passion (no doubt those that were overheard at some distance), tore my clothes, tore my hair, lacerated my hands, trampled and trod the dust, and finally leaped over, dashing herself to death upon the rocks below.
It's the contemplation of this sort of thing, that makes me deplore my fate in being a bachelor.
The Man of Wrath deplores these eccentric tastes, as he calls them, of mine; but has given up trying to prevent my indulging them because, while he is deploring in one part of the house, I have slipped out at a door in the other, and am gone before he can catch me, and have reached and am lost in the shadows of the forest by the time he has discovered that I am nowhere to be found.
beaucoup plus grand que] Contacte pour en savoir davantage sur cet excedent [beaucoup moins que] de poids [beaucoup plus grand que], Ferroudj a deplore le gaspillage de pain : [beaucoup moins que] Ce n'est pas croyable de voir toute cette quantite de pain de differentes sortes se retrouver dans les poubelles.
Answering shadow foreign secretary Douglas Alexander in the Commons, Mr Hammond said: "We deplore this punishment, we deplore the use of corporal punishment in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere.
I deplore the decisions taken by the Israeli authorities on 4 June to expand a number of illegal settlements, many of which are deep within the West Bank, and in East Jerusalem.
Belgian bishops deplore vote BRUSSELS * Belgium's Catholic bishops have deplored a parliamentary vote paving the way for sick children and dementia patients to choose euthanasia.
They strongly deplore Israel for not providing UNESCO with information about these secret and damaging excavations and for banning UNESCO experts from access to Jerusalem historic sites.
We deplore that, everyone deplores that and I'm certain people in Kiev deplore that," manager Hodgson said.
We deplore the deaths and injuries caused to people as a result of the use of force in response to the ongoing demonstrations in Egypt.
Le Royaume du Maroc deplore "avec emotion et forte consternation" les pertes humaines, aussi bien civiles que parmi les forces de l'ordre en Egypte, a affirme jeudi le ministre delegue aupres du ministre des Affaires etrangeres et de la cooperation, Youssef Amrani.
Headlined: Britain, US Deplore Incident, an Egyptian Gazette report said: