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Governor Mandela Barnes would be particularly satisfying as he is a totally despicable, non-repentant, Trumper.Democrats must reject socialism|Peter Rosenstein|September 1, 2022|Washington Blade
Church leaders could choose to restrict her membership if she is considered repentant enough.Mormon sex therapist faces discipline and possible expulsion from the LDS Church|Sarah Pulliam Bailey|April 16, 2021|Washington Post
When the first WEED aired, Dr. Gupta apologized, sincerely repentant for having poo-pooed the medicinal benefits of cannabis.Sanjay Gupta’s Pot Pilgrimage for Pain Relief|Valerie Vande Panne|March 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A sympathetic figure, Tyson has been repentant about many aspects of his behavior.Mike Tyson: Why Do We Forgive Him?|Tricia Romano|May 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Beck may not be the first repentant Republican, but he is certainly the most operatic, a kind of comic Pavarotti of the right.Conservatives, Fired Up|Christopher Buckley|February 21, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Now his attackers—some repentant, others still spewing hate—have been sentenced.Seeking Justice for a French Hate Crime|Eric Pape|July 14, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Two years later, a repentant Uma wore skin-tight Versace in a meek porridge hue.The 10 Most Horrendous Oscar Gowns in History|Dale Hrabi|February 21, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Angelo, dear, she said in repentant tone; I am sorry I pained you this afternoon; but I am jealous, so jealous of you.The Fifth String |John Philip Sousa
On hearing this repentant cry, Madame Bastien reproached herself for her tears.
What saint, or repentant sinner had dragged out his days here when this was a cell in a monastery?The Light That Lures|Percy Brebner
The alarm sound typifies the sorrow which a repentant man feels for his misconduct and his earnest determination to reform.
The last sound is the pure sound again, which typifies a sincere resolve to keep the repentant heart incorrupt.