much to be regretted

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  • He died there in the night, much to be regretted by all who knew him. ...
  • It's very much to be regretted that he ever came into the money. ...
  • That such a condition of things should have occurred is much to be regretted. ...
  • It is much to be regretted that these lower marine animals are not better known. ...
  • They belong to no style of art, only to a form of business much to be regretted. ...
  • They belong to no style to art, only to a form of business much to be regretted. ...
  • The growth of common sense in the English Church is a thing very much to be regretted. ...
  • This decision, though a natural one, is much to be regretted by the citizens of this state. ...
  • I think myself, it is very much to be regretted. ...
  • It is much to be regretted that the descent was ever allowed to take place. ...
  • It is much to be regretted that Temple has left us no account of these conferences. ...
  • It is much to be regretted that in English we have no clear corresponding word. ...
  • Under these circumstances there could be no formal wedding-breakfast, a matter not much to be regretted. ...
  • This is much to be regretted, to judge by what already exists. ...
  • It is much to be regretted that the scribe tells us nothing of his original. ...
  • It is much to be regretted that the scheme of using the ship for her legitimate purpose has not been carried out. ...
  • I told her she was right, and I knew it was much to be regretted, but still it was not to be helped. ...
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