WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
re•morse /rɪˈmɔrs/USA pronunciation n. [uncountable] deep regret for having done something wrong:The killer seemed to have no remorse for what he had done. re•morse•ful, adj. 
re•morse•ful•ly, adv. 

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remorse /rɪˈmɔːs/ n
  1. a sense of deep regret and guilt for some misdeed
  2. compunction; pity; compassion
Etymology: 14th Century: from Medieval Latin remorsus a gnawing, from Latin remordēre to bite again, from re- + mordēre to bite

reˈmorseful adj reˈmorsefully adv reˈmorsefulness n

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