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    A man of no regrets

    Hi,

    Can we call a character of a fable, someone who has no regerets, a man of no regrets? Or it sounds weird and a man with no regrets is better or.... ?

    Let me know what you think.

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    Re: A man of no regrets

    I prefer "with".

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    Re: A man of no regrets

    So do I.

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