apologetically apologetically  /ə ˌpɑ lə ˈdʒɛ tɪk li/


  • (adv) in an apologetic manner


  1. Prior to reading Han, Eurasians tended to identify, somewhat apologetically, with either our Asian or European sides.
  2. The old man slowly raised his grey head, looked long at the agent, said apologetically: ''You would be very kind to notify Attorney Nicholas Klein.
  3. In his first visit to Mexico in April, Obama said apologetically that it was beyond his power to overturn that.



  • "There was only one man who could steal a scene with aplomb and yet look appropriately, apologetically comical to soften the blow on fellow performers. It is truly an end of an era," superstar Rajnikant said.
    on Jan 31, 2009 By: Rajinikanth Source: Hindu

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