Remorse

Remorse is an emotional expression of personal regret felt by a person after they have committed an act which they deem to be shameful, hurtful, or violent. Remorse is closely allied to guilt and self-directed resentment. When a person regrets an earlier action or failure to act, it may be because of remorse or in response to various other consequ...
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Remorse

• (n.) Sympathetic sorrow; pity; compassion. • (n.) The anguish, like gnawing pain, excited by a sense of guilt; compunction of conscience for a crime committed, or for the sins of one`s past life.
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Remorse

[House] `Remorse` is the twelfth episode of the sixth season of House. It aired on January 25, 2010. == Plot == The team takes on the case of 27-year-old Valerie (Beau Garrett), an attractive business consultant experiencing intermittent episodes of excruciating ear pain. House is intrigued by the fact that she is very attractive, while her...
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Remorse

Re·morse' noun [ Middle English remors , Old French remors ,F. remords , Late Latin remorsus , from Latin remordere , remorsum , to bite again or back, to torment; prefix re- re- + mordere to bite. See Morsel .] 1. The anguish...
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remorse

a feeling of deep regret, usually for some misdeed
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remorse

remorse 1. Moral anguish arising from repentance for past misdeeds; bitter regret. 2. Compassion (obsolete). 3. Etymology: From Middle English remors, from Old French, from Medieval Latin remorsum, from neuter past participle of Latin remordre, 'to torment'; re- + mordre, 'to bite'.
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