Travelling in search of her he meets a girl, loves her, and all unwittingly commits an inexpiable offence.
Where, then, was the inexpiable crime of those who fulfilled the beneficent intention?
The rebukes of justice were shunned by a wretch conscious of his inexpiable guilt.
There were stories of inexpiable crimes, but stories also of guilt that seemed successful.
inexpiable and heavy is the sin of discord, and is purged by no suffering.
Yes, yes; it was terrible guilt, an inexpiable crime, and she feels it to be so.
His crime is inexpiable, and Dante would have it punished with an eternal agony, eternally renewed.
A second marriage in a woman is considered in India an inexpiable breach of conjugal fidelity.
What more exasperating and inexpiable insult to the ruling powers was possible than this?
No awful danger, no inexpiable guilt, attended those vulgar frailties, and therefore they ceased to tempt.