not repentant or contrite
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How to use unrepentant in a sentence
When most of us think of the premier retirement destination for unrepentant Nazis, our minds immediately turn to South America.
Opie is devastated, Anthony is unrepentant, and their fans are livid and seeking revenge.
Surely peace negotiations will not resume if an unrepentant Hamas remains a partner.There Is No Moral Equivalent to the Murder of Three Israeli Teenagers | Thane Rosenbaum | July 2, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
It has split the ranks of feminists and inspired a grotesque but much-commented manifesto by unrepentant chauvinists.France’s New Prostitution Law Targets Johns, Ignites National Debate | Christopher Dickey | December 5, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Sopranos lives in the pantheon of great TV despite its hero being an unrepentant serial killer.Why the ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Premiere Was Gratuitous and Horrifying and Totally Awesome | Paula Szuchman | September 11, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Again, supposing everybody accepted the general truth, “All unrepentant sinners will be punished.”
The minister might then say to a young man, “You will certainly be punished, because all unrepentant sinners will be punished.”
The young man might deny the suppressed minor premise, which is, “You are an unrepentant sinner.”
"It is not given a priest of God to shrive an unrepentant harlot," was his impetuous answer.Robert Annys: Poor Priest | Annie Nathan Meyer
There was an unnatural stillness in his face, a steady, unrepentant, unfathomable despair in his eyes that struck her with horror.After Dark | Wilkie Collins