- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of repent.
“If the evil from which a person repents is not gotten rid of, then “there has been no cure.””
“Because God is the Father of all souls, when any one ceases to do evil and begins to do well, or in other words repents, he finds a welcome and help waiting for him.”
“Watkins' love of confrontational cinema leads him to stage the film's climax, the performance where Steve unveils his new religious faith and "repents" for his crimes, as a Wagnerian combination of the Olympic ceremonies, a rock concert, a Nazi rally, and an overblown religious celebration, in an era before megachurches even existed.”
“I predict David will go early unless he "repents" and is good next week.”
“It is the soul that repents which is ennobled by repentance.”
“The wickedness of mankind becomes so great that God 'repents' of His creation and decides to destroy it all through a flood.”
“To me ... someone who "repents" but then continues unhindered in that sinful behavior ... really hasn't "repented" at all.”
“To top it all off, he "repents" of America's evils that apparently are the source of all bad things in the universe, complete with "mea culpas" all around, on the house, he's buying.”
“The first two episodes follow the same general setup: Jeff does something mean and stupid, Britta calls him on it, Jeff repents.”
“•Stop Community (NBC, tonight, 8 ET/PT) if you've heard this one before: Jeff (Joel McHale) selfishly destroys his friend's Halloween party, then repents at the last minute and saves the day.”
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