That he will by no means clear the (obstinately and impenitently) guilty.
It is in vain that I am impenitently romantic, I would not take you there for anything in the world.
Maggie retreated to the roots of a tree a few yards off, and looked on impenitently.
For this inability to detect the decay of their faculties he calls them "shameless bards, impenitently bold."
But allegorically it deals with 'man,' first as impenitently sinful; second, as penitent; last, as purified and holy.
Yet as they led a wicked and vitious life so to appearance they died very obdurately and impenitently hardened in their sin.