unpardonably

[ UK /ʌnpˈɑːdə‍ʊnəbli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an unpardonable manner or to an unpardonable degree
    he was inexcusably cruel to his wife
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How To Use unpardonably In A Sentence

  • Geremi and the shrewd Crespo linked fluently on the right after 31 minutes, but Eidur Gudjohnsen was hasty and his shot over the bar from the Argentinian's pass was unpardonably wild.
  • With the exception of the unpardonably boring Navarone, these are movies I loved when I was nine and will probably still love if I ever hit 90.
  • In fact, Mark Twain once said, ‘There are few things that are so unpardonably neglected in our country as poker… Why, I have known clergymen, good men, kindhearted, liberal, sincere, and all that, who did not know the meaning of a ‘flush’.
  • There is also one instance of unpardonably atrocious editing.
  • For fear of being thought unpardonably stupid, the multitudes enthusiastically applauded his public modelling of his invisible clothes.
  • So pervasive is the leftist atmosphere that ambitious people in other industries and in many urban settings have learned that to even express curiosity about conservatism instead of accepting the crudest of caricatures of the political opposition might stigmatize them as unpardonably stupid and unfit for their high status jobs. UK Met office pushes reset button on CRU data. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState
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