Deplore sentence example

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  • One may deplore his unfortunate history and wasted genius, but it is impossible to regret his exclusion from the government of England.
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  • Boers deeply deplore the death of their good friend.
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  • We utterly deplore this level of rate, which is in stark contrast to the 3.89% increase for Council services.
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  • We also deplore the UN World Food Program for failing to first ask the countries whether they would willingly accept GM food.
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  • The elder Gibbon heard with indignant surprise of this act of juvenile apostasy, and, indiscreetly giving vent to his wrath, precipitated the expulsion of his son from Oxford, a punishment which the culprit, in after years at least, found no cause to deplore.
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  • I very much deplore the practice used by some stores of two piercers firing their guns at the same time.
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  • His cosmopolitanism - which makes him in the modern Imperialist's eyes a "Little Englander" of the straitest sect - led him to deplore any survival of the colonial system and to hail the removal of ties which bound the mother country to remote dependencies; but it was, in its day, a generous and sincere reaction against popular sentiment, and Cobden was at all events an outspoken advocate of an irresistible British navy.
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  • His conduct for the next three years teems with inconsistencies which we may deplore but cannot pass over.
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  • We all deplore the inhuman acts in Yugoslavia that preceded NATO action.
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  • A sorrowful supplication, in which the speakers deplore, not the fall of Jerusalem, but their own state of galling dependence and hopeless poverty.
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  • Thus Inigo Jones laments the disappearance of stones that were standing when he measured it; and both Stukely and Aubrey deplore the loss of fallen stones that were removed to make bridges, mill-dams and the like.
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  • In after years he so far forgot himself as to write of Saint-Simon as a depraved quack, and to deplore his connexion with him as purely mischievous.
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