unrepentant

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[ UK /ˌʌnɹɪpˈɛntənt/ ]
[ US /ˌənɹiˈpɛntənt, ˌənɹɪˈpɛntənt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing
  2. not penitent or remorseful
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How To Use unrepentant In A Sentence

  • Despite the challenging nature of his work to date, Aronofsky is unrepentant about his plans to enter the mainstream with his next film.
  • God loves us deeply, intensely, and he cares about even the most incredibly lost and stubbornly unrepentant sheep.
  • As an unrepentant internet devotee, I spend a lot of time rootling around cyberspace seeking out the edifying and unusual.
  • Yes, it is all a bit familiar - but, sadly, nowhere near as delightfully absurd and unrepentantly silly as the Ghostbusters movies.
  • To the extent that Baker and Reynolds actually excised archaic and unrepentant parochialism rooted literally in past centuries of practice that gave rise to existential equal protection problems, sobeit. The Volokh Conspiracy » My Talk at the Constitution in 2020 Conference
  • He's an unrepentant bigot, plus an idiot who knows nothing about football.
  • First, there's the unrepentantly epicurean philosophy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet both virgin saint and unrepentant sinner must fall within the range of humanity.
  • The man was convicted in open hearings and remains brazenly unrepentant.
  • But the unrepentant musician said he would be prepared to go prison again in the interests of his beliefs.
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