- n. Plural form of apologia.
“At six Joe's coffee shops across the city, detailed one-page apologias popped up last week explaining why the cost of an average cup is going up 10 to 20 cents.”
“But after a deep inhalation I had the great pleasure of talking with many people outside the theater as we re-pieced the film together, shared details some noticed but others had missed, listened to the negative reviews and countered with our own apologias for a film that had genuinely moved us.”
“Instead of giving the parenting police the bird on matters like food, sleep, work, and schools — or having a life — we write apologias.”
“His books included "Past Imperfect," "Marxism and the French Left" and other works critical of French intellectuals whom Judt believed naive ( "authors of apologias and their accompanying theorems") about Stalin and the Soviet Union.”
“Or is this simply another of those inept, guilt ridden apologias for colonialism’s irreparable wrongs?”
“But the reality is that our society largely issues apologias for, not denunciations of, police abuse.”
“So, today, there's me doing my Gordon Brown and David Miliband impressions and stuff for, a surprisingly good looking, charismatic and persuasive, Aaronovitch and, equally surprisingly, listening to Mr A's profuse apologias for, and bigging up of, nulab and Miliband.”
“This is a story as important as Watergate, but for the most part, the MSM will ignore, play down or write apologias for it.”
“Your mugwumpery and apologias lead naturally to the question of whether you're a stockholder.”
“Nowhere in all theses apologias for the conduct of Israel is there any mention of the future.”
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