Words nearby regrettable
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Examples from the Web for regrettably
Regrettably, not many of them have been adequately translated.
The last few years have regrettably made the phrase “Republican pollster” less a job title than a punch line.The Cantor Prediction Is Part of a Pattern: GOP Pollsters Stink|Kristen Soltis Anderson|June 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The crimes of the Deep South echo beyond the quaint courtrooms; the closing summations, regrettably, do not end in closure.Still Killing Time: John Grisham Talks Broadway and “Sycamore Row”|Thane Rosenbaum|October 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There is still, regrettably, a great deal of prejudice in the world, racial as well as sexual.
Regrettably, such cases have meant dismal outcomes for the employees.Nightmare in Saudi Arabia: The Plight of Foreign Migrant Workers|Bayan Perazzo|January 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But there is hardly an anatomist or an anthropologist who has not had his say upon this regrettably very incomplete remnant.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard
The average young wife is regrettably inexperienced in the matter of husbands.Bizarre|Lawton Mackall
There I found Toté undeniably long-legged and regrettably shy.The King's Mirror|Anthony Hope
Deaths were regrettably few; and resignations could hardly be expected.Jefferson and his Colleagues|Allen Johnson
I will admit that my ignorance of Rupert Brooke and his genius showed a regrettably uninformed mind.Over Here|Hector MacQuarrie