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Definition of "deploring" [deploring]

  • Present participle of deplore. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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."