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Bregret is a neologism from "Brexit Regret". The term appeared right after the Brexit referendum and still trending (last updated 18 January 2017)

The British Election Study points out that voters for the winning side feel some regret after most elections—but it suggests that the slim pro-Brexit majority had evaporated within a month of the referendum.[1]

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  1. The Economist, After Brexit, Bregret, published on 15 October 20016, last retrieved on 17 january 2017.
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