regrettably/regretfully

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vido

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I am finally convinced, however _______, that I made a huge mistake in this.

Which one, regrettably or regretfully, is more suitable here? Or are they completely interchangeable?
 
  • Toadie

    Senior Member
    English
    Regretfully. Apparently 'regretfully' is used when the person feeling regret is clearly defined in the sentence, and 'regrettably' is used when they are not.
     

    shjo0on}..

    New Member
    English
    Good afternoon

    :) How <are you> today? I hope be happy and well

    Use this word or phrase when we might mistake a big mistake in the right of the

    people or ourselves. Then feel remorseful and regret.


    This is my opinion. Thanks you :)
     
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