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Use "deploring" in a sentence
"In January 2004, the Tories and Lib Dems both voted against the tuition fee bill along with 72 Labour backbenchers, united in deploring a measure that broke with Britain's long-standing tradition of offering free public education."
"The House would also deeply sympathise with the Sovereign in deploring the vicissitudes to which a large and important portion of her subjects had been subjected, and in her admiration of the fortitude with which they had been sustained."
"And yet the public opinion of this country was never more sincere, never more unanimous, in deploring the fall of a glorious edifice than it is at this moment in prospect of the rending in twain of the Constitution of the United States."