verb (used without object), a·pol·o·gized, a·pol·o·giz·ing.
Related formsa·pol·o·giz·er, nounre·a·pol·o·gize, verb (used with object), re·a·pol·o·gized, re·a·pol·o·giz·ing.un·a·pol·o·giz·ing, noun
Examples from the Web for apologise
Do say ‘Olga, there has been a misunderstanding, for which I wanted to apologise.’
Miss Berki said that the heiress later e-mailed to apologise for any misunderstanding.
Step away politely, apologise profusely, and find a taxi, pronto.Does California’s College Rape Bill Go Too Far In Regulating Sex?|Emma Woolf|June 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I didn't mean to convey any discourtesy and I apologise if I did.
"For those of you expecting Harry Styles, I apologise and no, I'm not going to sing," Harry told the crowd.Cressida At Harry's Side At Official Event - Engagement Rumors Ramp Up!|Tom Sykes|March 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
With grown-up and intelligent young fellows in advanced classes, no need to apologise.John Bull, Junior|Max O'Rell
There was no necessity to apologise for leaving Marian alone.
George began to lose at his cards and when he swore at his luck did not apologise.Wolf Breed|Jackson Gregory
Will you apologise to the author for the liberties I have taken with his MS.?Life of Lord Byron, Vol. II|Thomas Moore
“I have to apologise, sir, for last night——” he would begin.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume XXI|Robert Louis Stevenson