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expressing or inclined to express an apology

feeling or expressing regret for one's sins or misdeeds

disturbing because of failure to measure up to a standard or produce the desired results

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feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone

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England's Ashes prospects are perhaps in an even sorrier state after they lost their last six wickets for 61 to be bowled out for 251 and put themselves on apparent course for a third defeat.
And nobody is going to be sorrier than you if you don't get it.
Injury and a temporary affliction have ruled out Snow Fairy and Nathaniel that would be hard enough for connections to bear, but you have to feel even sorrier for the Danedream team who have their wonder filly fit and raring to go but are confined to barracks through no fault of their own.
He is even sorrier about this than he is about the stimulus.
And if it wasn't for George Bailey's 46, the Aussies would have been in an even sorrier state.
I'm sorrier about missing Great Expectations, which adds to Bleak House as another apparently excellent Dickens adaptation I will never see.
I don''t know I don''t feel sorrier for the ones who chose not to give than for the kids; I'd hate to go through life that mean spirited.
As for us, a sorry state of affairs just keeps getting sorrier.
The roads of Huddersfield have long had a reputation for not being car-friendly; three weeks of snow and ice have left them in an even sorrier state.
Editor's note: We are even sorrier for the mistake, as we neglected to contact Dr.
SPOKANE - No one's sorrier to see the Eugene Emeralds leave town than Spokane's Jason Ogata.
Sorrier still if you couldn't find the energy to read it in the first place.
Sorrier still, that the group - now Birmingham Musical Theatre Company - has only just told me that he died on November 5.
Alexander Hamilton the cabalist & duel-fighter looks sorrier than