- apollonius dyscolus,
- apollonius of perga,
- apollonius of rhodes,
- apologia pro vita sua,
Origin of apologetic
Examples from the Web for unapologetically
She embraces her "extra fabulous" looks and is unapologetically outspoken.
Democrats can win, though, by arguing with specifics, and by touting them unapologetically.Democrats Need to Get Specific to Make Obamacare a Winner|Michael Tomasky|February 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“There are sexy issues tied to this pandemic,” she says unapologetically.“Dirty 30”: Talking AIDS To The Basketball Wives Set|Hugh Ryan|February 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Piracy feeds a lot of people,” Ali says in the film, speaking candidly and unapologetically about his role in the operation.
The image on the site is unapologetically blunt: three tailgating bros holding wine glasses, smiling.NBA Players Are Wearing Sweatpants Again, but Now They Cost $550|Sujay Kumar|November 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
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).