from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not forgiven.
- n. Those who cannot be forgiven
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not forgiven; not pardoned.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Yes | No | Report from billy bob wrote 1 year 32 weeks ago unforgiven is by far the best western movie ever made!!!
In the event, Dudley and Betsy did reconcile, reluctantly, and Doris remained unforgiven, which is why Doris and Billy found themselves a few months later in Cockeysville, at Broadmead, not far from Overlea.
He imagines the undoing of all that he has accomplished -- sees unions unsundered, baptisms nullified, those who confessed to him once again unforgiven.
As a result I was labelled unforgiven, pariah, evil, not nice, irrelevant.
Fantastic. craigger and I slept in, and when I woke up I had a horrid hangover. then I had to watch star trek and listen to craig jam out to Metallica's "unforgiven" ... which I still haven't really forgiven him for. we went to the Western for breakfast, where we both had lunch items.
The worst we can do is to take these bags bursting with old grudges, unforgiven acts or unmerciful attitudes with us into the new year.
I flailed desperate and blind until, dizzy, I crumpled to the ice unforgiven as the drunk beneath the bridge.
It's as though James Hetfield wanted to write a One-style epic and got bogged down with the guitar solo and just put some words over the top of it to the effect that whoever it is he's talking to - he doesn't specify - is unforgiven.
Small slights unforgiven and little insensitive words unforgotten have built a wall, then outright resentment.
Iorikos: Such folly of men is surely unforgiven by the gods!
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