Apologize in a sentence

use Apologize in a sentence

I want to apologize for getting angry with you. It wasn’t your fault I didn’t get the job, so I shouldn’t have yelled at you.

The coach of the national team apologized to his country for their poor performance in the World Cup.

Benjamin Disraeli once said that one must never apologize for showing feeling because when you do so, you apologize for truth.

Someone once joked that Canadians are so polite that they thank bank machines, and apologize if you step on their foot.

The boss came late to the meeting, and he didn’t even apologize for making everyone wait for half an hour.

I’d like to apologize to you for waking you up last night. I shouldn’t have phoned so late.

In 1994, President Roman Herzog of Germany apologized for the suffering his nation caused Poland in the Second World War.

In August of 1993, Japan formally apologized for the first time to women forced to serve its soldiers as sex slaves during World War Two.

In 1966, John Lennon publicly apologized for boasting that the Beatles were more popular than Jesus Christ.