- incapable of being excused or justified.
Origin of inexcusable
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unpardonable, unforgivable, intolerable.
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Examples from the Web for inexcusable
The lack of unity is “inexcusable and lets our party down,” he said.The GOP’s 2016 Dark Horse: This Guy?!
September 17, 2014
Yes, it was a major and inexcusable fiasco, as I wrote last week.Enough Already on HealthCare.gov. Don’t You Remember Medicare Part D?
October 29, 2013
Nothing makes their victory inevitable but the inexcusable assumption that it is.Vote For Me—I've Done Nothing
December 17, 2012
That's an inexcusable lack of leadership from our political elites.Buckley, Birchers, Tea and the Fringe
December 5, 2012
But to some, the idea of a 6-year-old lending her image to a brand famous for provocative spreads and buxom models is inexcusable.Too Young to Model: Anna Nicole Smith’s 6-Year-Old Modeling Spawn
November 28, 2012
Is it not inexcusable to give such an example to a daughter?
Those women are inexcusable who forget what is due to themselves, and the opinion of the world.
While I think of it in this light, I should be inexcusable to be the latter.Clarissa, Volume 2 (of 9)
All these causes of bad butter are inexcusable, and can easily be avoided.Directions for Cookery, in its Various Branches
She knew how unwarrantable, how inexcusable a thing she had done.The Innocent Adventuress
Mary Hastings Bradley
- not able to be excused or justified
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Word Origin and History for inexcusable
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