- repenting + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Who has not heard some one say, repentingly, “If I had taken a second, sober thought I would not have done it.””
“Lianor bent down, and kissed his brow, lovingly -- repentingly.”
“Greene offers his own wretched end to his colleagues as a warning example; admonishing them to employ their 'rare wits in more profitable courses;' to look repentingly on the past; to leave off profane practices, and not 'to spend their wits in making plaies.”
“I did not know why this was so, myself, so I only shook my head and sighed, repentingly.”
“Now the young daughter of Udaijin had been remaining repentingly in the mansion of her father since the events of the stormy evening.”
“But do they acknowledge it humbly and repentingly, as with a consciousness of sin?”
“23: Demetrius repentingly admits that it was from envy he had ill-treated Horace, because 'he kept better company for the most part than I, better men loved him than loved me; and his writings thrived better than mine, and were better liked and graced.”
“It must be openly confessed -- repentingly admitted, -- He will NOT find faith even in the Church He founded, -- I say it to our shame! ”
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