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The first two, though, ended in draws — an excusable one in El Salvador and an inexcusable one at home against Canada.Gregg Berhalter and the USMNT looked headed for disaster. Instead, they proved they could adjust.|Steven Goff|September 9, 2021|Washington Post
It is maddening and outrageous and completely inexcusable that Texas’s lack of sound utility regulation is having this impact on the rest of the country.Minnesotans furious that they have to pay for Texas’ deep-freeze problems|Tim De Chant|April 23, 2021|Ars Technica
“Meyers Leonard’s comment was inexcusable and hurtful, and such an offensive term has no place in the NBA or in our society,” Commissioner Adam Silver said in a statement.NBA fines Meyers Leonard $50,000, suspends him from Heat activities for antisemitic slur|Glynn A. Hill|March 11, 2021|Washington Post
That kind of spoiled naïveté seems inexcusable in a clearly intelligent author who is pushing 30.
The lack of unity is “inexcusable and lets our party down,” he said.
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?|Michael Tomasky|October 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Nothing makes their victory inevitable but the inexcusable assumption that it is.
That's an inexcusable lack of leadership from our political elites.
It is very inexcusable in him if he stops to play with any other boys, said the young lady, smiling.Oliver Twist, Vol. II (of 3)|Charles Dickens
And hardly a degree less menacing is this gigantic octapus of labor unionism—of inexcusable socialism.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
Unless it is because of a dream, what you have just now told me is entirely inexcusable.Amphitryon|Moliere
He thought it very wrong and selfish and quite inexcusable on the part of the Church authorities.Passing By|Maurice Baring
The protracted delays and inexcusable sluggishness of the leaders had borne their natural fruits.History of the Rise of the Huguenots|Henry Baird