Apology in a sentence as a noun

"What Justin should get is sent home with an apology, and perhaps a nice settlement check down the road.

It's not a great apology because it implies things were just unclear, and need to be clarified.

Lost two customers, regained one because he was impressed by my apology.

An apology from Adria would have gone a long way in defusing the situation.

"A judge said we must apology because we are cooler and so Samsung didn't copy because they aren't cool.

How many times are we going to keep hearing the non-apology apology: "We are sorry if some were offended..."?

This is good informationI'll make sure to never install PathThere are some abuses that can't be solved by an apology.

He got fired because after the map fiasco became apparent, he refused to send out an apology or sign his name to the one Tim Cook sent.

I'm only saying that publicly shaming these guys was a mistake, and that an apology for the mistake could have basically fixed the problem before it got this far.

I am not clear on what exactly people want, an apology for trying?The fact is, I saw the writing on the wall that we wouldn't win early and pivoted out of photo sharing which I had ~90% of my series A cash still in the bank.

This "non-apology" apology, is the classic example of a tattletale at school...the classic excuse of its not my fault cuz everyone is doing it...more importantly, it is wrong, and demonstrates a "our sh don't stick mentality" exchanging a tweet for a link is considered exchanging services for a link, which does indeed fall under the buying links category.

Apology definitions


an expression of regret at having caused trouble for someone; "he wrote a letter of apology to the hostess"


a formal written defense of something you believe in strongly

See also: apologia


a poor example; "it was an apology for a meal"; "a poor excuse for an automobile"

See also: excuse