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Conversational Remorse

Meaning Regret for not saying something in a conversation
Definition

A term that describes the feeling of regret for not saying something in a conversation.

The remorse sets in when replaying a past conversation in your head and realizing you didn't say something you should have. It usually involves a smart or witty comment that was left unsaid.

Example
"I just finished the job interview."
"How did it go?"
"Pretty good but I still have some conversational remorse."
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Updated March 16, 2016

Conversational remorse definition

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