remorseful (adj.) Old form(s): remorsefull
conscience-stricken, guilty, full of sorrow
2H6 IV.i.1[Lieutenant to all] The gaudy, blabbing, and remorseful day / Is crept into the bosom of the sea
AW V.iii.58[King to Bertram, of love that comes too late] Like a remorseful pardon slowly carried [or: sense 2]
R3 I.ii.155[Richard to Anne, of his eyes] which never shed remorseful tear
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