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NIGHT
PARTY
CHARACTER
SEEING
COURT
SENSE
ANYTHING
TRAGEDY
ANXIETY
CHANGE
EMOTIONS
MERCY
OFFENDER
OFFENDERS
ORDER
OWN FAMILY
CONSCIENCE
SOMETHING WRONG
GREAT EMPHASIS
USURPER
DEATH ROW
YEARS
PREFRONTAL CORTEX
SON
AEGISTHEUS
ACTIONS
HATRED
FEAR
DEATH
REGRET
DUMBLEDORE
VOLDEMORT
WAR
RESENTMENT
ACT
OTELLO
KALINGA
WITNESSING
FEELINGS
SHAME
REPENTANCE
FORGIVENESS
ASHOKA
EMPEROR ASHOKA
ORESTES
GUILT
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Definitions

  1. Remorse is the general term for the ego's reaction in a case of sense of guilt.
  2. Guilt, remorse, the only way he can make amends is get some money for the widow from the man he knows to be responsible for this tragedy.

Night

  1. However, they would not be as lucky the following night, when they, along with Delirious, lost in a Street Fight to the No Remorse Corps and Matt Sydal.

Party

  1. As they break from the party to a hotel room, the flirtation turns into a night filled with passion and remorse.

Character

  1. The character of Baer in the movie is portrayed as an arrogant villain who shows no remorse after killing men in the ring. (Web site)

Seeing

  1. Only on seeing the Divine Form, Arjuna felt a great remorse and was astonished at the easy accessibility of the Lord.

Court

  1. It may also be suggested that confession will provide evidence of remorse that will benefit the suspect in court.

Sense

  1. Experiencing both guilt for rule-violation and remorse towards others is described as having a sense of guilt.

Anything

  1. Sickeningly sarcastic and sadistic, she shows no remorse for anything that she does, even killing fellow pureblood and cousin Sirius Black.

Tragedy

  1. Being unable to accept the tragedy, Philip died of remorse. (Web site)

Anxiety

  1. It has been defined as neurotic fear, anxiety, guilt and remorse.

Change

  1. We need to feel remorse, vow to change and practice Buddha Name Recitation and accord with the Buddha's teachings to attain birth into the Pure Land. (Web site)
  2. Buddha Name Recitation is a sincere act of feeling remorse and vowing to change. (Web site)

Emotions

  1. The anahata chakra is associated with the heart and the lungs and governs emotions such as hope, anxiety, doubt, remorse, and egoism.

Mercy

  1. Finally, in 1999, RBX resurfaced with a new album titled No Mercy No Remorse. (Web site)

Offender

  1. In the offender, meanwhile, the struggle to maintain self-respect drives remorse and righteous anger below the emotional surface.

Offenders

  1. The overwhelming majority of offenders offer apologies that express genuine sorrow, more accurately called remorse.

Order

  1. We dehumanize the enemy in order to enable ourselves to kill or destroy it with a minimum of remorse. (Web site)

Own Family

  1. Arjuna, seeing his kith and kin arrayed against him, suddenly felt remorse at having to fight and perhaps kill members of his own family.

Conscience

  1. If we follow the voice of conscience, our reward is peace and calm of soul, if we resist this voice, we experience disquiet and remorse. (Web site)

Something Wrong

  1. Remorse at believing one has done something wrong.

Great Emphasis

  1. Buddhism places a great emphasis on 'mind' and it is mental anguish such as remorse, anxiety, guilt etc. (Web site)

Usurper

  1. That resolute officer executed, without remorse, the orders or the intention of the usurper. (Web site)

Death Row

  1. The struggling Death Row failed to promote Kurupt's album "Against Tha Grain" and the duo began to feel remorse for one another. (Web site)

Years

  1. It may have been remorse for his hasty act which brought Philip himself to the grave within two years of his son's decease, at the age of fifty-eight. (Web site)
  2. For many years the amps were nicknamed "No Remorse", "Killer" (left side amp) or "Murder One" (right side amp) with appropriate nameplates. (Web site)

Prefrontal Cortex

  1. Based on this, it is felt that at least some of the human abilities to feel guilt or remorse, and to interpret reality, lie in the prefrontal cortex.

Son

  1. Instead of feeling remorse on the killing of the son of Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.) they were celebrating with joy.

Aegistheus

  1. To maintain power, Aegistheus cultivated a deep sense of remorse in the people of Argos. (Web site)

Actions

  1. Montresor himself may qualify as a sociopath: many readers see that he shows no signs of remorse for his actions and is extremely manipulative.

Hatred

  1. And yet his remorse doesn't extend to overcoming his hatred of Harry because of the fact that Harry, except for his eyes, reminds him of James.

Fear

  1. He specified six points, including Murphy has no remorse, many victims, fear of scandal, etc.

Death

  1. There is no record of any remorse or grief from Jimmy Burke about the death of his son.
  2. The letter had such a great affect on Aurangzeb that he realized his mistake and felt such a great remorse that his death followed soon after.

Regret

  1. Brocius in fact showed remorse and regret over the shooting. (Web site)

Dumbledore

  1. It was his remorse over Lily's death that convinced Dumbledore of his loyalty, and Snape, from then on, did what was right.
  2. Dumbledore suggests that in his later years Grindelwald had been said to feel remorse for his evil actions.

Voldemort

  1. Harry also attempts to save Voldemort who he is calling by his given name, Tom Riddle, from himself by telling him to feel some remorse.
  2. Voldemort started to have remorse he hadn't peace until he kills the boy.

War

  1. After being arrested, he kicked the habit out of remorse and began a war on the drug trade.

Resentment

  1. It is accompanied by the tormented emotions of hatred, remorse, resentment, fear, jealousy and self-condemnation.

Act

  1. Snape claims to have shown the act to Dumbledore of remorse when he joined his staff, and Dumbledore trusts him ever since.

Otello

  1. Realizing that Desdemona has always been faithful, Otello kills himself in remorse.

Kalinga

  1. In remorse for his bloody attack on Kalinga, Asoka renounced war forever and became a Buddhist.
  2. He converted to Buddhism after feeling remorse for his bloody conquest of Kalinga in eastern India. (Web site)

Witnessing

  1. After witnessing the fate of Beta, Gamma slowly develops a conscience unique to the other E Series, releasing Amy Rose in remorse.

Feelings

  1. Delusion Self-Blame - The character has the feelings of remorse without justification. (Web site)

Shame

  1. More importantly, however, the difference raises the question of how a combination of guilt and remorse differs from a feeling of shame.

Repentance

  1. Compunction, repentance, contrition, remorse.

Forgiveness

  1. Abigaille, expressing her remorse and asking for forgiveness, poisons herself and dies as the Jews acclaim Nabucco as a servant of their God.

Ashoka

  1. When he personally witnessed the devastation, Ashoka began feeling remorse.

Emperor Ashoka

  1. Emperor Ashoka, the grandson of Chandragupta Maurya, after a series of wars and victories, felt remorse at the trail of destruction, and embraced Buddhism.

Orestes

  1. She attempts to evade guilt and remorse by claiming she had only dreamt of murder for 15 years, as a form of release, while Orestes is the actual murderer.
  2. Orestes informs them he has taken their crimes upon himself and that they must learn to build a new life for themselves without remorse.
  3. Electra and Orestes take revenge on the couple who have killed their father--not without great remorse. (Web site)

Guilt

  1. God will wipe away from their eyes the tears of anguish, and remorse, and consternation, and fear, and guilt.
  2. Orestes announces he will free the townspeople from their remorse and take on all their guilt and "sin".
  3. I would recommend this book to anyone who is completely fed up with yo-yo dieting and the guilt and remorse that come from feeling out-of-control with food. (Web site)

Categories

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