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regret verb

ADV. bitterly, deeply, greatly, really, very much The president said that his country deeply regretted the incident. | rather | immediately, instantly I immediately regretted not asking for his name and address. | later Pierre told them some things he later regretted telling. | never

VERB + REGRET begin to | come to, live to She knew that she would live to regret this decision.