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- v. To feel remorse.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To excite to remorse; to rebuke.
- intransitive v. To feel remorse.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To strike with remorse; touch with compassion.
- To afflict.
- To rebuke.
- To feel remorse.
From the Middle English remorden, from the Anglo-Norman and Middle French remordre and its etymon the Latin remordeō, from re- + mordeō; compare the Catalan remordir, remordre, the French remordre, the Italian rimordere, the Old Provençal remordre, the Portuguese remorder, and the Spanish remorder. (Wiktionary)