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deplore (verb), deplores; deplored; deploring
1. To regret deeply or strongly; to lament: Many people deplore the present state of morality in films, the radio, videos, etc.
2. To disapprove of; to censure: Billy's fellow elementary school students say that they deplore his constant use of vulgar language.
3. To feel or to express deep grief for or in regard to something: The students deplored the death of their biology teacher.
To feel or to express deep grief for something.
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