Origin of impenitent
OTHER WORDS FROM impenitentim·pen·i·tence, im·pen·i·ten·cy, im·pen·i·tent·ness, nounim·pen·i·tent·ly, adverb
Words nearby impenitent
How to use impenitent in a sentence
Nay, even eternal ruin awaits the impenitent violator of Covenant engagements.
The impenitent transgressor continues under the curse of the law.
He pushed fiercely through the knot of boys, and strode as quickly as he could along the playground, angry and impenitent.Eric, or Little by Little|Frederic W. Farrar
It was a plea, the sole purpose of which was to enable them to live on as they were, immoral and impenitent.
Even while he is still explicitly impenitent and defiant he tries to pull her round to the light that he may see her face.Ceres' Runaway|Alice Meynell