from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Unwilling to make or express an apology.
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- adj. Not apologetic, especially when being apologetic would be appropriate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. unwilling to make or express an apology
Also, and also political, large chunks of it, including some of the most important lines, are in unapologetic Māori.
"They remain unapologetic as they pursue an agenda that is contrary to the express wishes of President Bush and Vice President Cheney," said a statement from the 9/11 Family Steering Committee.
Then, she spent hours on the phone with Target customer service representatives who she describes as unapologetic.
Then, she spent hours on the phone with Target customer-service representatives she describes as unapologetic.
Then, she spent hours on the phone with Target customer service representatives she describes as unapologetic.
"There's an audience for that kind of unapologetic television."
The conservative movement is now wallowing in the kind of unapologetic race-baiting that mainstream American politics hasn
Chasing the phony New Black Panther mirage, the conservative movement is now wallowing in the kind of unapologetic race-baiting that mainstream American politics hasn't seen in decades, if not generations.
(Cheney's daughter Elizabeth and Bill Kristol are cofounders of KeepAmericaSafe. com, yet another neoconservative tentacle calling for — what else? — an "unapologetic" approach to fighting terrorism.)
Several readers wrote to point out that one of the founders of the university, John Brown, was, according to the University's own Web site, an "unapologetic" slave trader.
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