1.to break or bruise; to rub or wear. See Trite. Literally, worn or bruised. Hence, broken-hearted for sin; deeply affected with grief and sorrow for having offended God; humble; penitent; as a contrite sinner.
1.You Said The Rapist Character Was All contrite And God Loving.
2.Betsy Looked contrite, But Still Pissed While Martha Walked Over To Pick Up Still Sleeping Claire And Turned Away.
3.But It Must Be Noted That, According To The Orthodox Doctrine, Not Only Can An Indulgence Not Remit Future Sins, But Even For The Past It Cannot Take Full Effect Unless The Subject Be Truly contrite And Have Confessed (or Intend Shortly To Confess) His Sins.
4.Contrast Its Frequency Afterwards, When Ground Of Hope Is Found In The Divine Pity And Purpose (verses 22-40), And When The contrite Nation Turns To Its God In Prayer (verses 55-66).
5.At This Of Course The Countess Was Very contrite.