remorseful meaning re·morse·ful
/rəˈmôrsfəl/
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adjective
adjective: remorseful
filled with remorse; sorry.
the defendant was remorseful for what he had done"
by LilJDUB71 November 11, 2019
noun
the feeling that you are sorry for something bad that you have done

He has shown no remorse for his actions.
by hamada November 25, 2006
reminiscing about something you feel regret over.
"What's the matter?"
"I'm just remorsing over what I did last weekend...I never should have drank that vodka.."
by DanceCrier April 16, 2008
rɪˈmors noun:

1) An uncomfortable sense of gnawing guilt, or deep regret for a past misdeed that can easily be avoided by not giving a fuck.
I briefly felt a tinge of remorse after sleeping with your wife, but then I thought "who gives a fuck?"....and went to the bar for a beer and karaoke.
by Shane C Gray June 17, 2012
1. Without remorse.
2. A badass song by Metallica.
1. Tim: Wow. Look at what that guy is doing out of that broad.
Brad: Yeah man, that guy has no remorse for her.

2. Brian: Hey! Have you ever heard No Remorse by Metallica?
Danny: Hell yeah! That song is awesome. I believe the chorus riff was the inspiration for the song in Doom's first level?
Brian: Yeah, that's true.
by Jordan Stevens March 4, 2008
The last remaining piece of food after a meal (usually dessert) that no one wants to take for fear of appearing rude or too eager.
"I really want the last remorsal of pie if no one else does!"
by Ivlivs April 18, 2010
1. To twist together or entwine into a confusing mass; snarl.
2. To be or become fixed or embedded in place
Man, did you get remorsed in the server racks again? You momo!
by Anonymous March 5, 2003