A Word A Day : Repentance
( Noun )
Word of 22nd May 2007: A Word A Day-Repentance
It is a crime to show rependance
to him for his involvement in this looting.Synonyms:
He feels contrition
for betraying his mother?
The businessman seemed to have no compunctions
about cheating the innocent – peoples.
There was great regret
in the village at the death of the head of the village.
The children felt great sorrow
when their pet dog died.
Deepak felt deep penitence
for disobeying his teacher.
His heart was filled with too much grief
when he heard of his brother’s death by drowning. Antonyms:
The parents expressed satisfaction
with his son for his excellent performance in the examination.
India may be well prepared for defence, yet there is need to avoid any complacence
in the examination.
I feel pleasure
in presenting my book at a function to the Honorable Minister for release.
The unscrupulous car owner offered gratification
to the traffic policeman to evade the fine for wrong driving.Go to The A Word A Day IndexSynonyms and Antonyms Vocabulary|English Teacher|Etymology|Longest Word |Letter Writing Proverbs|Misspelled Words|ContractionsFrom A Word A Day-Repentance to HOME PAGE