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sorry

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Pronunciation:

[sˈɒɹɪ], [sˈɒɹɪ], [s_ˈɒ_ɹ_ɪ]
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Synonyms for Sorry:

sorry (noun)

bad, cheerless, compassionate, contrite, deplorable, dingy, dismal, distressing, drab, drear, dreary, gloomy, good-for-naught, good-for-nothing, lamentable, meritless, no-account, no-count, no-good, penitent, pitiful, pitying, regretful, remorseful, repentant, rueful, ruthful, sad, sorry for, uncheerful, unhappy, worthless.

Other synonyms and related words:

'tis pity, 'tis too true, Compunctious, Dissatisfying, Dolesome, I beg your pardon, I'm sorry, Lousily, Low-minded, Mickey Mouse, Pleasureless, Saddened, Star-crossed, abashed, abject, abysmal, aching, acknowledge, adequate, adversity, affliction, affront, afraid, aggrieve, agonized, alas, already, amateurish, anguished, anxious, apologetic, apologise, apologize, apology, aristocratic, aristocratical, ashamed, attritional, awful, awfully, badly, base, base-minded, basely, be ignoble, be nobody, be penitent, be sorry, beastly, beg pardon, beggarly, begrimed, below par, bemoan, bemoaning, beneath consideration, beneath contempt, beneath notice, beneath one, beneath regard, benighted, bewail, bewailing, big, bitter, black, blasphemous, blue, blue-blooded, blueish, bluish, board game, broken-hearted, brokenhearted, bumbling, careworn, cataclysmic, catchpenny, causing dejection, chagrined, chap-fallen, chapfallen, cheap, cheaply, cheesy, coloured, commiserate, common, complain, compunction, concerned, condemn, condemnable, condole, confess, conscience-smitten, conscience-stricken, contempt, contemptible, contrition, crestfallen, criminal, criticize, crossed, cruddy, crummy, cry peccavi, cut up, damage, damper, dark, dark-skinned, darkening, de lana caprina, dearth, debasing, defect, defective, deficiency, degrading, dejected, dejectedly, demeaning, deplore, deploring, deprecate, depress, depressed, depressing, depressingly dark, depressive, desolation, despicable, despisable, despondent, destitute, detestable, detriment, dirty, disadvantage, disappointed, disappointing, disclose, disconcerted dashed, disconcerting, disconsolate, discontented, discouraging, disenchanted, disgraceful, disgruntled, disheartened, dishonourable, disillusioned, dismally, dismayed, dispirited, dispiriting, disreputable, dissatisfied, disservice, distress, distressed, distressful, distressfully, disturbing, do penance, doggerel, doleful, dolefully, dolor, dolorous, dour, down, downcast, downhearted, downright, dreadful, drearily, droopy, dull, embarrassed, excruciating, excuse me, execrable, faintly, faulty, fearful, feeble, feel apologetic, feel for, fiercely, filthy, flawed, foolish, forbidding, forged, forgive me, forlorn, frail, frayed, frustrated, full of remorse, full of worries, funeral, futilely, gamey, gamy, gaudy, gentle, ghastly, gimcrack, gimcracky, give way, glad, gladsome, gloom, gloomful, gloomily, gloominess, glooming, glowering, glum, go down, grief, grief-stricken, grievance, grieve, grieved, grieving, grievous, grim, grimy, grisly, grubby, gruesome, grungy, guilt-ridden, guilty, gutter, half, hangdog, hapless, happy, hard hit, harm, have pity, heart-broken, heart-scalded, heart-stricken, heartbreaking, heartbroken, heartrending, heartsick, heartsore, heavy news, heavy-hearted, heavyhearted, high-risk, hollow, homely, homespun, hopeless, hopelessly, horrified, horror-stricken, humble oneself, humbled, humiliated, humiliating, humiliative, humility, humorless, humourless, hurt, i am sorry, ignoble, ignominious, ill-starred, immoral, in bad humor, in despair, in grief, in tears, in the doldrums, inadequate, inadequately, inconsequential, inconsiderable, inconsolable, ineffectual, inefficient, inexorable, infamous, inferior, infestive, infra dig, infra indignitatem, injure, injury, insecure, insignificant, insufficient, joyless, juicy, knock under, lachrymose, lame, lamenting, learn by experience, lightly, little, look blue, look foolish, lose caste, lousy, low, low quality, low-grade, low-spirited, lowly, lugubrious, macabre, mangy, meager, meagerly, meagre, mean, meanly, measly, mediocre, melancholic, melancholy, melt, melted, memento mori, menial, meretricious, mingy, mirthless, miserable, misery, misfortunate, modesty, monumental, moody, mordant, morose, mortified, moth-eaten, mourn, mournful, mournfully, muddied, muddy, nastily, nasty, naughty, niggardly, no great shakes, non-white, nonstandard, not worth mentioning, not worth while, obscure, odious, olive-drab, one's ear, one-horse, opprobrious, out of humor, outrageous, paltry, pardon me, pathetic, pathetical, pathetically, patrician, penance, penitence, penitential, penitentiary, penny ante, perturbing, petty, piddling, piteous, piteously, pitiable, pitifully, pity, plaintive, plangent, play second fiddle, plead guilty, please excuse me, pleased, plentiful, plunged in grief, poltroon, poor, poor crop, poor harvest, poorly, profane, provocation, puny, puritanic, puritanical, putid, racy, ragged, rather, ratty, raunchy, recant, reclaim, red-faced, reflecting gloom, regret, regrettable, regrettably, relentless, remorse, remorseless, repent, repentance, repining, reprehensible, reproduced fraudulently, repulsive, resent, risky, risque, rotten, rubber, rubbishy, rue, run-down, sadden, saddening, sadly, saturnine, scabby, scandalous, scrannel, scrubby, scruffy, scummy, scurvy, scuzzy, second-class, second-rate, seedy, self-accusing, self-condemnatory, self-condemning, self-convicting, self-debasing, self-flagellating, self-humiliating, self-punishing, self-reproachful, self-reproaching, severely, shabby, shame-faced, shamed, shamefaced, shamefast, shameful, sheepish, shocking, shoddy, show pity, sick, sickly, sing de profundis, sing miserere, sinister, sleazy, slenderly, slightly, slimly, slink away, slipshod, slovenly, small, sneaking, snobbish, sober, softened, somber, sombre, sordid, sorrow, sorrowful, sorrowing, sorryish, sour, speculative, spicy, spoiled, spoilt, squalid, stark, stern, stinky, stunted, submit, substandard, sulky, sullen, sympathetic, sympathize, take pity, tattered, tatty, tearful, teary, terrible, thaw, think better of, third-rate, thorough, threadbare, tongue-tied, too bad, torn, touched, touching, tough, tragic, trashy, trifling, trivial, troubling, trumpery, turn from sin, two-for-a-cent, two-for-a-penny, twopenny, twopenny-halfpenny, twopennyhalfpenny, ugly, unacceptable, unappeasable, unbecoming, uncheery, uncollectible, uncomfortable, unconsolable, under par, unfit, unforgiving, unfortunate, unfortunately, unhappily, unhappy about, unhinged, unhorsed, unimportant, unjoyful, unkempt, unluckily, unlucky, unmirthful, unprofessional, unrelenting, unsatisfactory, unsatisfying, unsmiling, unsound, unspeakable, unworthy, unworthy of consideration, unworthy of notice, unworthy of one, unworthy of regard, upset, useless, utter, utterly, vain, valueless, very intense, vicious, vile, vilely, vulgar, wailing, wan, weak, weakly, weary, weedy, weep, weeping, wet blanket, wistful, without merit, woe, woebegone, woeful, woefully, worn, worrisome, worrying, worthlessly, wretch, wretched, wretchedly, yearn for.

Rhymes for Sorry:

  1. sari, harare, shari, starry, safari;
  2. mari, gari, chary;
  3. calamari;

Quotes for Sorry:

  1. I feel sorry for the person who can't get genuinely excited about his work. Not only will he never be satisfied, but he will never achieve anything worthwhile. Walter Chrysler.
  2. I'm sorry I'm not gay or Jewish, so I don't have a special interest group of journalists that support me. Vincent Gallo.
  3. A man is sorry to be honest for nothing. Ovid.

Idioms of Sorry:

  1. Sorry ( that) I asked.;
  2. Better ( be) safe than sorry.
  3. sorry to say;
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