Winchell was an unapologetic propagandist for the Allied cause and collaborated with gangsters when it suited him.
Holder was unapologetic about throwing the book at violent criminals who he believed were victimizing their own communities.
Plummer has written an immensely satisfying memoir, of rare grace, good humor, and unapologetic self-honesty.
Expect more of the unapologetic same the next time: NBC has paid a lot of money to lock up the Olympics through 2020.
French is unapologetic: This ritzy canvas merely matches the other Real Housewives canvases.
But the dress was its own unapologetic sonic boom—and was immediately much-copied.
She gave a strong, unapologetic interview to Vogue and looked lovely in the accompanying photo.
The woman behind the Stand Your Ground Laws at the center of the Trayvon Martin shooting is unapologetic about her love of guns.
These images of schoolgirl skirts and peekaboo buttock outlines are just the most open, unapologetic manifestation of that.
And on the proper suicide note: "Final letters should be brief, unapologetic and neither sad nor glad... 'No comment' is proper."
1640s, "vindicatory," from French apologétique, from Latin apologeticus, from Greek apologetikos "defensible," from apologeisthai (see apology). Meaning "regretfully acknowledging failure" is from 1855. As a noun, "formal defense," from early 15c. Related: Apologetics (c.1753).