unremorseful

ADJECTIVE
  1. not penitent or remorseful
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How To Use unremorseful In A Sentence

  • I dare say Sasha has managed to cross it unremorsefully.
  • It's heavy stuff, but heavy needs to either be deceptively light on its feet (ala Deep Purple) or unremorsefully jarring in its very density (a la Black Sabbath).
  • They were twisted, grotesque things, as if conceived by the maddest of artist, or most unremorseful of psychopaths.
  • Adrian struck me as arrogant, flippant, evasive, defensive and unremorseful.
  • He grunted in agonizing pain, and looked at the unremorseful Ryuko with malice and hate in his formerly emotionless eyes.
  • But the lake was more menacing; water was a barrier to most magic, a thing not easily controlled or understood, a void that could swallow even a great wizard in a single, unremorseful gulp.
  • Nobody disses my socks… and lives,’ she said, unremorsefully.
  • One of the standout tracks though, is just utterly astounding if only for it's mesmerising guitar slides that race unremorsefully into a hardcore-metal freakout.
  • Last month the ace hinted that he would reform, but is unremorseful. The Sun
  • It was just like him to be so unremorseful about it.
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