Word:

Remorseful

Re`morse´ful   Pronunciation: ~m?rs´f?l
a.1.Full of remorse.
The full tide of remorseful passion had abated.
- Sir W. Scott.
2.Compassionate; feeling tenderly.
3.Exciting pity; pitiable.
Adj.1.remorseful - feeling or expressing pain or sorrow for sins or offenses
anxious, apologetic, ashamed, bad, bitter, compunctious, conscience-smitten, conscience-stricken, contrite, embarrassed, full of remorse, guilty, humbled, humiliated, mortified, penitent, penitential, regretful, repentant, repining, rueful, self-accusing, self-condemning, self-convicting, self-debasing, self-flagellating, self-humiliating, self-punishing, self-reproaching, shamed, shamefaced, shamefast, shameful, sorrowful, sorry, unhappy about, wistful, woeful
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Remontoir
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Remorate
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-- Remorseful --
remorsefully
Remorseless
remorselessly
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Remote
Remote Access Services
remote control
Remote Database Access
remote echo
Remote Job Entry
remote login
Remote Method Invocation
remote monitoring
Remote Operations Service Element
Remote Procedure Call
Remote Reference Layer
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