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- n. The quality of being inexcusable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being inexcusable; enormity beyond forgiveness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character or state of being inexcusable.
He was aware of the inexcusableness of the points he made, but he only stopped to laugh inwardly at their impression, watching the absorbed turn of her head.
Next to that for inexcusableness was her self-support -- and, worse, self-sufficiency.
The other thing that we infer from the precedent discourse is, the inexcusableness of those persons, who, professing religion, yet live below a principle much inferior to religion.
The inexcusableness of those persons who, professing religion, yet live below a principle inferior to religion, 298.
Fifthly: In the last place, (which will be fit to be considered as the use of all,) the inexcusableness of those that receive not this revelation; so that they are without excuse, that do not acknowledge and adore the invisible Godhead, so demonstrating himself by the things that are made.
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