edifarhau, edifaru, hedifarhau, hedifaruedifarha, edifarhewch, edifarha’, edifarhaech, edifarhasant, edifarhaed, edifarhaem, edifarhaen, edifarhaent, edifarhaer, edifarhaet, edifarhaf, edifarhâi, edifarhaiff, edifarhasech, edifarhân, edifarhânt, edifarhao, edifarhaoch, edifarhaodd, edifarhaom, edifarhaont, edifarhasai, edifarhawyf, edifarhasem, edifarheych, edifarhasent, edifarhasid, edifarhasit, edifarhasoch, edifarhasom, edifarhaswn, edifarhawn, edifarhawyd, edifarhaith, edifarheais, edifarheaist, edifarhei, edifarheid, edifarheies, edifarheiest, edifarheir, edifarheuoch, edifarheuon
Verb(1) turn away from sin or do penitence(2) feel remorse for; feel sorry for; be contrite about
(1) Marian came to repent her hasty judgement(2) On several levels Mary is unsympathetic - she doesn't repent her murder, she shuns the affection of her loved ones, and continues to obsess about her lover.(3) With the devil given the chance to inhabit a body and repent , the mood is strictly Clerkenwell cabaret.(4) I repent me of all I did(5) the priest urged his listeners to repent(6) The only way that can happen is if all of the girls admit and repent their sins.(7) Marian came to repent her hasty judgment(8) Judgement tympana warned the congregation to repent their sins, with graphic illustrations of sinners going to hell.(9) When he has once taken those steps, the wage must rise; even if the workman's share in the profit does not come to him quite as quickly; he has no occasion to repent it.(10) the Padre urged his listeners to repent(11) As in the scripture, the innocent Job must repent in order to be saved.(12) He shows excessive regret and wants to repent by embracing death.(13) Wonder if Janet will repent for her theft, or get caught further and further in a web of deceit.(14) Magdalen is not only brought ├ö├ç├┐safely through all kinds of actual and positive wrongdoing without fatal or even serious damage├ö├ç├û but also achieves happiness because she avows and does not repent her past life.(15) It may include feelings of guilt or profanation, at times engendering a twinge-or surge-of regret, an impulse to repent .(16) For the love of God, Allah, Yahweh and the winds willing repent your sins!
(1) to repent :: i edifarhau
1. feel remorse ::
2. regret ::
3. atone ::
Different Formsrepent, repentance, repentant, repented, repenting, repents
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