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  1. sorry Old English sarig "distressed, grieved, full of sorrow" (not found in the physical sense of "sore"), from Proto-Germanic *sairiga-"painful" (source also of Old Saxon serag, Middle Dutch seerigh "sore; sad, sorry," Dutch zeerig "sore, full of sores," Old High German serag, Swedish sårig "sore, full of sores"), from *sairaz "pain" (physical and mental); related to *saira-"suffering, sick.
  2. sorry (adj.) Old English sarig "distressed, grieved, full of sorrow" (not found in the physical sense of "sore"), from Proto-Germanic *sairiga-"painful" (source also of Old Saxon serag, Middle Dutch seerigh "sore; sad, sorry," Dutch zeerig "sore, full of sores," Old High German serag, Swedish sårig "sore, full of sores"), from *sairaz "pain" (physical and mental); related to *saira-"suffering.
  3. Sorry definition, feeling regret, compunction, sympathy, pity, etc.: to be sorry to leave one's friends; to be sorry for a remark; to be sorry for someone in trouble. See more.
  4. Sorry definition is - feeling sorrow or sympathy. How to use sorry in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of sorry.
  5. Sorry™ is a status page service trusted in over cities across the globe to communicate about downtime. Made in the UK Building 1, Old Station Business Park, Petworth, West Sussex, United Kingdom, GU28 0JF. Support +44 (0) 8am - 8pm GMT. [email protected]
  6. Please don't say you're sorry I've heard it all before And I can take care of myself I don't wanna hear, I don't wanna know Please don't say 'Forgive me' I've seen it all before And I can't take it anymore I don't wanna hear, I don't wanna know (Don't explain yourself 'cause talk is cheap) Please don't say you're sorry I've heard it all before.

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