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Shelby, "I'm sorry this takes hold of you so; but it will do no good.
He left the courtroom sarcastically sorry for Wilson.
I am sorry to find, my love, that my father does not think you looking wellbut I hope it is only from being a little fatigued.
My sister will be equally sorry to miss the pleasure of seeing you; but she has been very much plagued lately with nervous head-aches, which make her unfit for company or conversation.
She was cross and disappointed but not at all sorry for Colin.
I am more sorry than I can say, Magdalen, to meet you as I met you here just now
Tom Cecial, seeing how ill they had succeeded, and what a sorry end their expedition had come to, said to the bachelor, "Sure enough, Senor Samson Carrasco, we are served right; it is easy enough to plan and set about an enterprise, but it is often a difficult matter to come well out of it.
He was glad to see such skill, but sorry that the outlaws were not in it.
I am sorry for her, because, with her disposition, she may not get over it immediately.
Our prospect is most delightful, and since matters have now taken so favourable a turn, I am quite sorry that I ever imparted my apprehensions to you; for the pleasure of learning that the danger is over is perhaps dearly purchased by all that you have previously suffered.
he called after them, and they were very sorry to leave him.
I am very sorry about it all, and should not feel easy unless I warned you.