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use "deplore" in a sentence

In France, I have often heard men I respect but do not approve of, deplore that crops should be burnt and granaries emptied and finally that unarmed men, women and children should be seized.

We Christian and Muslim participants meeting together at Yale for the historic "A Common word
World Championship Tennis was co-founded by Lamar Hunt and New Orleans sports promoter David Dixon who had earlier witnessed the deplorable conditions of the professional circuit before the open era.

Therefore, violent actions of protest are equally deplorable.

In 1854, the British press began reporting that soldiers wounded in the Crimean War were being poorly cared for in deplorable conditions.

He describes it as "deplorable", "comprehensible only to the initiate, written by and for Buddhologists".

The station buildings here were in a deplorable condition, all windows, doors and about two-thirds of the weatherboards were missing and the platform was overgrown with grass and weeds.

Further the jones Act, say supporters, protects seafarers from deplorable living and working conditions often found on foreign-flagged ships.

A major point of concern for the Dutch side was the fate of members of the Dutch minority in Indonesia, most of whom had been held under deplorable conditions in concentration camps by the japanese.

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