remorsefully


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Synonyms for remorsefully

in a rueful manner

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I tried to help her, but I was afraid to take her to the hospital because that would have jeopardised the doctor who I promised confidentiality," she says remorsefully.
After choosing wealth and popular fame, he fiercely regretted the theatrical destruction of his medical career and remorsefully declared, "I think that was a bad thing I did.
Colleagues who were working an early shift were soon on the scene to take the man into custody, where he remorsefully admitted his guilt.
At long last, when he remorsefully made his famous revelation: "I told him to go to the palace as president, while I go to jail as an inmate", (a reference to the little-known, middle rank officer at the time Omer Al-Bashir), Turabi regretfully admitted that he was the designer of the plot against the democratic system.
But he was soon remorsefully confessing he could barely remember what he had done, the court heard.
Two decades is a long time but she never looks back remorsefully.
Remorsefully, tile decorations of building were destroyed during the long years and in particular rapidly since 1950s onwards.
Now, the design of your creation is -- not that you should swill, and guzzle, and associate your enjoyments, brutally, with food;' "Toby thought remorsefully of the tripe; 'but that you should feel the Dignity of Labour.
Remorsefully, I made the agonizing decision to part with all of my traditional bows and a decade's worth of related gear.
In a terrifying suddenness of violence, he brandishes the knife, which he has been holding against his leg, and plunge sit remorsefully into the Lover's chest three times, then turns to his Wife, who stands at the door, smiling) And you, bitch.
Maybe he's remorsefully discovered the value and allure of the woman he once cheated and mistreated.
In a newly vulnerable--one might even say remorsefully feminine celebrity, the once vigorous power-girl and ladette culture is pathologized by the very women who were once its pin-ups.
When he remorsefully confessed his lie, Roger apologized for spoiling his trip to Italy and preferred not to know the personal details.
In a moment of utter candour, almost remorsefully, McCain told us last Friday: "And we've got to - to make sure that we have people who are trained interrogators so that we don't ever torture a prisoner ever again," even if in February 2008, he voted to preserve water-boarding.
The story begins when Jim Hammer, the black murderer himself, enters her home and immediately confesses remorsefully to having shot a man whom he doesn't know is either dead or still alive, black or white.