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- adj. inexcusable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Inexcusable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
When there is a "Clinton Body Count" and then you hear these kind of unexcusable statements, one can not but wonder that the clinton's are dangerous people to be around.
(like stating that lack of dependency checking is "unexcusable", when clearly in some cases it is desirable).
Midlife crisis, addition to alcohol or pron, stop making excuses for the unexcusable.
I think his posturing during the stimulus talk was also ridiculous, when his state was aching for increases in its school budgets, etc ... he rejected money from the feds. (or tried to at least) Everyone needs a vacation, but to miss telling your family and the state where you're going – that's unexcusable.
He embarassed his colleagues, and that is unexcusable.
I think its unexcusable that politicians, and the exclusionary welfare recipient cartels they represent, resort to fear of the non-existent to get elected and to keep money flowing to ponzi schemes cloaking themselves with a ‘healthcare’ banner/chyron.
For someone who calls themself a Christian, who is supposed to love EVERYONE regardless of who they are or what they do, that was completely unexcusable.
This stupid mistake for a joke by Huckabee was unexcusable.
Shame on her for trying to justify the unexcusable
Given the context of the previous comments about his hair and the famous You Tube "hair combing video," it is unexcusable that Edwards 'campaign was not more careful to protect his image.
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