forthink definition

  • verb:
    • To cause distress or regret to; cause to be sorry for or repent; to vex.
    • resulting in stress or regret to; cause to feel dissapointed about or repent; to vex.
    • To be sorry for; repent.
    • To regret.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • To feel dissapointed about; repent.
    • To regret.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • resulting in stress or regret to; cause to be sorry for or repent; to vex.
    • To regret; repent.
    • To regret.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • To cause distress or regret to; cause to be sorry for or repent; to vex.
    • To be sorry for; repent.
    • To feel dissapointed about.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • To cause distress or regret to; cause to be sorry for or repent; to vex.
    • To regret; repent.
    • To be sorry for.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • resulting in distress or regret to; cause to be sorry for or repent; to vex.
    • To cause distress or regret to; cause to regret or repent; to vex.
    • To cause stress or regret to; cause to regret or repent; to vex.
    • resulting in stress or regret to; cause to be sorry for or repent; to vex.
    • resulting in distress or regret to; cause to regret or repent; to vex.
    • To regret; repent.
    • To be sorry for; repent.
    • To cause stress or regret to; cause to feel dissapointed about or repent; to vex.
    • To regret; repent.
    • To feel dissapointed about; repent.
    • To regret.
    • To regret.
    • To regret.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • resulting in stress or regret to; cause to be sorry for or repent; to vex.
    • To be sorry for; repent.
    • To be sorry for.
    • resulting in stress or regret to; cause to be sorry for or repent; to vex.
    • To regret; repent.
    • To regret; repent.
    • To be sorry for.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • To be sorry for; repent.
    • To feel dissapointed about.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • To regret.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • To regret.
    • To cause stress or regret to; cause to feel dissapointed about or repent; to vex.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
    • To feel dissapointed about; repent.
    • To be sorry for.
    • To repent, be sorry for.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To repent; to regret; becoming sorry for; to cause regret.
    • To repent; to regret; is sorry for; to cause regret.
    • To repent; to feel dissapointed about; is sorry for; resulting in regret.
    • To repent; to be sorry for; becoming sorry for; resulting in regret.
    • To repent; to feel dissapointed about; become sorry for; to cause regret.
    • To repent; to feel dissapointed about; becoming sorry for; resulting in regret.
    • To repent; to feel dissapointed about; to be sorry for; to cause regret.
    • To repent; to be sorry for; to-be sorry for; resulting in regret.
    • To repent; to be sorry for; to be sorry for; resulting in regret.
    • To repent; to feel dissapointed about; to be sorry for; resulting in regret.
    • To repent; to be sorry for; is sorry for; to cause regret.
    • To repent; to regret; is sorry for; resulting in regret.
    • To repent; to be sorry for; become sorry for; resulting in regret.
    • To repent; to feel dissapointed about; become sorry for; resulting in regret.
  • others:
    • To cause to regret or repent; vex; reflexively, to feel dissapointed about; repent.
    • To regret: with item noun or clause.
    • To repent.
    • resulting in to feel dissapointed about or repent; vex; reflexively, to feel dissapointed about; repent.
    • To feel dissapointed about: with item noun or term.
    • resulting in to be sorry for or repent; vex; reflexively, to feel dissapointed about; repent.
    • To feel dissapointed about: with item noun or term.
    • To repent.
    • To repent.
    • To cause to feel dissapointed about or repent; vex; reflexively, to regret; repent.
    • To regret: with item noun or clause.
    • To repent.
    • To cause to regret or repent; vex; reflexively, to feel dissapointed about; repent.
    • To feel dissapointed about: with item noun or term.
    • To repent.
    • resulting in to regret or repent; vex; reflexively, to regret; repent.
    • resulting in to regret or repent; vex; reflexively, to feel dissapointed about; repent.
    • To cause to be sorry for or repent; vex; reflexively, to be sorry for; repent.
    • To be sorry for: with object noun or term.
    • To repent.
    • To regret: with object noun or clause.
    • To be sorry for: with item noun or term.
    • To repent.
    • To repent.
    • To cause to feel dissapointed about or repent; vex; reflexively, to feel dissapointed about; repent.
    • To regret: with object noun or clause.
    • resulting in to regret or repent; vex; reflexively, to be sorry for; repent.
    • To repent.
    • resulting in to be sorry for or repent; vex; reflexively, to be sorry for; repent.
    • To cause to regret or repent; vex; reflexively, to be sorry for; repent.
    • To regret: with item noun or clause.
    • To feel dissapointed about: with object noun or clause.
    • To regret: with object noun or term.
    • To repent.
    • resulting in to regret or repent; vex; reflexively, to regret; repent.
    • To repent.
    • To repent.
    • To be sorry for: with item noun or clause.
    • To repent.
    • resulting in to feel dissapointed about or repent; vex; reflexively, to regret; repent.
    • To feel dissapointed about: with object noun or clause.
    • To repent.

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