In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1remordimiento masculinohe was full of remorse — le remordía la conciencia
- the murderer was entirely without remorse — el asesino no sentía el menor remordimiento
- tears of remorse — lágrimas de arrepentimiento
- She did not even feel the slightest bit of anger or remorse as she felt her hands lift up the gun.
- Let us not create heroes even before they show any remorse and repentance for their acts of terrorism?
- He is called upon to express remorse and modified anguish a couple of times, which he carries off easily.
- This leads to feelings of loss, guilt and remorse and sets in progress the process of mourning.
- Given the chance, as a young man, he would nap till noon without remorse or regret.
- Such prisoners will probably not express contrition or remorse or sympathy for any victim.
- However, the periods of remorse do not inhibit further episodes of acting out behaviour.
- How on Earth can anyone be expected to show remorse, for something they say they didn't do?
- Nathan's body slumped to the ground, his eyes filled with hate and for once a bit of remorse.
- These are often characterised by feelings of shame, regret, remorse and anxiety.
- They showed desperation, ruthlessness and remorse among other things.
- There was no remorse or guilt in any of the conspirators, only pride at doing the right thing.
- When faced with the sight of the dead crocodile, the man was filled with tremendous remorse and burst into tears.
- Although filled with remorse, he does so, and they exchange their stories.
- Very often he is feeling guilt or shame or remorse for something he has done.
- He turned away from her a bit, but Chantal could see he was hurt and felt instant remorse.
- Often beset by regret and remorse they seek, but do not always find, redemption in various forms.
- She felt no remorse, not even the tiniest twinge of guilt for what she had just done.
- He has a romantic streak and, full of remorse and resentment, is deeply upset by the feud with his mother.
- Further, he has even not shown any remorse for what he put this person, his family and his practice through.
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