Definitions

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  • adj. unpardonable

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Unpardonable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Unpardonable.

Etymologies

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Compare French impardonnable.

Examples

  • "_Avoir sans savoir est impardonable_," the Frenchspeaking professor had told him, and translated it for him.

    Beard

  • Yet she looked the same as when she had fascinated him with "_Avoir sans savoir est impardonable_" and the startling "I want you in my mouth."

    Beard

  • Goward committed the impardonable sin of addressing a memo entitled "Are you a jelly belly?" to the 80-member police force of Winter Haven, Florida.

    Archive 2006-10-29

  • But in those whom no necessity forces to turn Author, who merely write for fame, and have full leisure to polish their compositions, faults are impardonable, and merit the sharpest arrows of criticism. '

    The Monk; a romance

  • But in those whom no necessity forces to turn Author, who merely write for fame, and have full leisure to polish their compositions, faults are impardonable, and merit the sharpest arrows of criticism.’

    The Monk

  • Mais son crime impardonable était de proclamer trop franchement les doctrines de la magistrature élective: il trahissait le secret professionnel. [

    The American Judiciary

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