Wilson muttered to himself, "It is no lie to say I am sorry
I have to begin with you, miserable dog though you are
I'm sorry 'bout that," said Dorothy gravely, "for now there will be no one to help his poor uncle and Margolotte 'cept this Patchwork Girl, the Woozy and the Glass Cat.
It makes a person feel sad or sorry or devoted or sympathetic--all of which sensations interfere with one's happiness.
I am sorry that you feel as you do about giving money away.
I am sorry that you are going away without coming to see me again.
You were rude and saucy and"--Marilla had a saving inspiration of punishment--"you must go to her and tell her you are very sorry
for your bad temper and ask her to forgive you.
I am very sorry
for you," was all that Miss Roseberry could say.
And yet, in spite of everything, I can't find it in my heart to be sorry
that I came to Four Winds.
They will never be happy in this world, and when they are older they will be very sorry
," cries the squire: "Where is the mighty matter o't?
Pollyanna was not sorry
to hear Aunt Polly tell the minister's wife over the telephone, a little later, that she would not be at the Ladies' Aid meeting that afternoon, owing to a headache.
Common sense says: we lose our fortune, are sorry
and weep; we meet a bear, are frightened and run; we are insulted by a rival, are angry and strike.
And she felt so sorry
for him that tears came into her eyes.
It is natural that we should be sorry
, and you see how sorry
we both are; but how much better to be sorry
now than then
I don't mean sorry
that you have come home again alive and well,' said his wife, 'but sorry
that I should have been led into such a belief.