Definition of more's the pity in English:

more's the pity

phrase

informal
  • Used to express regret about a fact that has just been stated.

    ‘you're not the one who has to pay the bills, more's the pity’
    • ‘Well, I'm not as sick as I was, and more's the pity.’
    • ‘You can't bring cameras into the dungeon, more's the pity.’
    • ‘Shafer and Gore apparently don't see it that way; more's the pity.’
    • ‘Carnivals are like that, transitory things - more's the pity.’
    • ‘But you can't control how another person thinks, more's the pity.’
    • ‘As he said, all that has changed and more's the pity.’
    • ‘But that is not how the company works, more's the pity.’
    • ‘Magistrates wouldn't allow it, of course, more's the pity.’
    • ‘Now, this is not going to make the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops go away, more's the pity.’
    • ‘The end is near, and more's the pity, because it's been a good trip.’