Apology [noun]

Definition of Apology:

offering of remorse, regret

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Sentence/Example of Apology:

During the game, and despite apologies, Brennaman, who happens to be a past donor to the Republican Party and candidates, was suspended and banished from the broadcast booth.

The notices appeared a day after Robinhood issued an apology on Twitter to customers who had experienced delays in placing their orders.

These can range from timely repayment of debts and abiding by laws, to spreading rumors, donating blood, and making “insincere” apologies.

The company responded with a blog post describing new policies it plans to enact, followed by an apology posted to Instagram yesterday.

I am happy to see this apology and look forward to seeing their demonstrated effort to make amends.

Urbanity ushers in water that needs no apology, and gives a zest to the worst vintage.

“My sister is passionately fond of children,” said the elder lady, in smiling apology.

But Grandfather Mole told him to be gone, and to take the apology away with him.

She looked up at his word of apology, and they stood face to face—himself and Miss Ashton!

"You may speak freely before this gentleman," observed Mr. Carr, as if in apology for a third being present.