regrettably, such cases have meant dismal outcomes for the employees.
He and Mother Church—from whose tender embrace I myself have regrettably lapsed—will both be made out to be appalling hypocrites.
There is still, regrettably, a great deal of prejudice in the world, racial as well as sexual.
regrettably, our stories show that the Richmond attack, while horrific, is not an anomaly.
But regrettably, this President is unwilling to advance credible solutions to the problem.
Deaths were regrettably few; and resignations could hardly be expected.
regrettably, before the end of the day, the situation deteriorated.
The average young wife is regrettably inexperienced in the matter of husbands.
Acton was, from her point of view, regrettably contented with his commercial status in the new and crudely vigorous West.
But there is hardly an anatomist or an anthropologist who has not had his say upon this regrettably very incomplete remnant.