feel remorse

See: repent
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I do not feel remorse, because that woman, I profoundly hold, deserved her punishment.
She spoke in such a despairing voice that the lad began to feel remorse for his cruelty.
You'll feel remorse of conscience someday, I expect, for breaking it, Marilla, but I forgive you.
Why should he feel remorse? All remorse springs, more or less directly, from the action of two sentiments, which are neither of them inbred in the natural man.
Then, when all other strong impulses have ceased, we become like the fiends in hell, who may feel remorse, but never repentance.
"He also has no sense of guilt and doesn't feel remorse, therefore he is responsible for his actions."
Bostock, who is well aware of the furore created by the incident having lived in Australia at the time, believes the player continues to feel remorse.
Phil's show that Watts "is a malignant narcissist and psychopath." In her opinion, "The hallmark is that they don't feel remorse or empathy."
Diab sang a collection of his new and old songs such as "Kol Hayaty" (All My Life), "Nghamet El-Herman" (Tone of Deprivation), "Yet'alemo" (Let them learn), "Da Law Etsab" (If She is Left), "Wayah" (With Him), " Ya Agmal Eyoun" (Most Beautiful Eyes), "Kont Fe Baly" (I was Thinking of You), "Ragea" (I am Back), "Ala Hobak" (Your Love), in addition to his old sad songs: "Wnendam" (Feel Remorse), "Kan Tayeb" (He was Kind), "W Eih Ya'ny" (So What?), "Ayyam We Ben'eshha".
People with a strong conscience feel remorse deeply and feel profound shame after a mistake.
"You have to feel remorse, not just repentance," Barr told Boteach.