repentant

[ri-pen-tnt, -pen-tuh nt]

Origin of repentant

1250–1300; Middle English repentaunt < Old French repentant (present participle of repentir). See repent1, -ant
Related formsre·pent·ant·ly, adverbhalf-re·pent·ant, adjectivenon·re·pent·ant, adjectivenon·re·pent·ant·ly, adverbun·re·pent·ant, adjectiveun·re·pent·ant·ly, adverb
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  • "I've no thought of going without my breakfast," said Mary unrepentantly.

    Black Oxen

    Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton


British Dictionary definitions for unrepentantly

repentant

adjective
  1. reproaching oneself for one's past actions or sins; contrite
  2. characterized by or proceeding from a sense of contritiona repentant heart; his repentant words
Derived Formsrepentantly, adverb
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Word Origin and History for unrepentantly

repentant

adj.

early 13c., from Old French repentant "penitent" (12c.), present participle of repentir (see repent).

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