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View synonyms for unpardonable

unpardonable

/ ʌnˈpɑːdənəbəl /

adjective

  1. not excusable; disgraceful


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Despite these and other unpardonable sins, banks showers tens of millions of dollars in bonus money on top executives.

A clergyman observed in his sermon, that this was unpardonable, as people did it with their eyes open.

Carelessness in worming was an unpardonable offence in the days of slavery, and was frequently punished with great severity.

"If you don't moderate your transports you will commit the unpardonable crime, Reginald, for you will wake the baby," said Lucy.

She was the one black sheep of the fold, for she had committed the unpardonable sin—she had laughed at Mr. Puffin.

But I have committed grave, and I really fear unpardonable offences.

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