Deplore in a sentence

Use Deplore in a sentence


Meaning: [verb] to disapprove and criticize something;

This arrangement has been deplored by many modern intellectuals.

All publicly deplore violence against immigrants, legal and illegal.

We deplore attacks in either direction across the border.

I deeply deplore the extensive human suffering caused by these developments.

The Football Association said it deplored the ” unacceptable” scenes.

He deplored indiscriminate tree cutting, as we have seen.

France deplored the attack as a ‘violation of basic human rights’.

The USA has issued a statement deploring the continued fighting in some of African countries.

We resist abuses of power and deplore theft and murder.

Almost all States in Europe deplore the present war in the region.