Moviegoers who are looking for another Million Dollar Baby or unforgiven are going to be disappointed, frankly.
The unforgiven child is still a child, but will be chastened.
The State of the unforgiven will be a little—clammy, dont you think?
She had looked at him, dumbly, and he had rushed away, leaving her unforgiven.
And Father will be getting on with the unforgiven, and come home any minute.
She sent for you to forgive you, but died and you are unforgiven.
After all, Amy had to go up to her room only half believed and unforgiven.
He knew that the country which broke his military career and ridiculed his newspaper controversy was unforgiven by him.
I cannot go bloodstained and 364 unforgiven into the presence of the Eternal!
Are there not many of them yet outside the gate, unforgiven, unsanctified, and unfit to die?
Old English forgiefan "give, grant, allow; forgive," also "to give up" and "to give in marriage;" from for- "completely" + giefan "give" (see give).
The modern sense of "to give up desire or power to punish" is from use of the compound as a Germanic loan-translation of Latin perdonare (cf. Old Saxon fargeban, Dutch vergeven, German vergeben, Gothic fragiban; see pardon). Related: Forgave; forgiven; forgiving.