more's the pity

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more's the pity

  1. (idiomatic) It is a pity; it is unfortunate.
    • 1830, The Lady's Magazine (page 130)
      Folks, however, cannot (and, alas, more's the pity!) eat and drink, and dance and sing, for ever.

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