noun, plural a·pol·o·gies.
Origin of apology
Related formsre·a·pol·o·gy, noun, plural re·a·pol·o·gies.su·per·a·pol·o·gy, noun, plural su·per·a·pol·o·gies.
Examples from the Web for apology
In this cockamamie get-rich scheme, would they all issue an apology if he cut a check?
What he has said publicly is an apology for colonialism, something we are not guilty of in Cuba.
As reparation, the court ordered $563 to be paid out to Yang and required the clinic to post an apology on its website.
This is not a woman who wants pity, nor does she want money, or even an apology from Cosby.
Update: It appears Lauten has deleted the apology from Facebook.
The apology for tea was brought, and both accepted it, talking of trivialities.Scarlet and Hyssop|E. F. Benson
A messenger was at once dispatched to the hall with a note of apology for their abrupt departure.Frank Oldfield|T.P. Wilson
This visit, an apology, and a present healed her wounded feelings, and disposed her to a gracious reception.Historic Tales, Vol. 1 (of 15)|Charles Morris
With a courteous little gesture, Brenton interrupted her apology and half rose from his chair.The Brentons|Anna Chapin Ray
No apology is necessary for the excision of the reviewer's unreasonably long extracts from the poem.Early Reviews of English Poets|John Louis Haney