Resipiscence

Res`i·pis'cence noun [ Latin resipiscentia , from resipiscere to recover one's senses: confer French résipiscence .] Wisdom derived from severe experience; hence, repentance. [ R.] Bp. Montagu.
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Resipiscence

• (n.) Wisdom derived from severe experience; hence, repentance.
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resipiscence

resipiscence Wisdom derived from severe experience; hence, repentance.
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resipiscence

recognition of error; change to better frame of mind
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