Una crept away to her room and cried over this, but Mary hunted her out, hugged her repentantly and implored forgiveness.
"I'm sure I don't know why I should have expected you to hear of him," declared the lady, repentantly.
For all the wrong of slavery requital must be made, submissively, ungrudgingly, repentantly.
"It was the idea of being almost distinguished looking that—that gave me a shock," he assured her repentantly.
"Dearest, I wasn't making fun of you," cried Anne repentantly.
“I would have done so had I apprehended danger,” she repentantly answered.
Who throws me aside and refuses forgiveness when it is repentantly implored?
Let me have my liberty to begin life over again honestly, repentantly, and with the earnest desire to redeem the past.
In this hour of tribulation, France has turned devoutly and repentantly to religion.