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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality or state of being inexcusable or unjustifiable.


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  • Sadd and I struggled out of the car in the graceful way that persons our age do, muttering imprecations against advancing years, small automobiles, and the inexcusability of the weather.

    Working Murder

  • There were things it was so inelegant to say that only the most impossible persons said them; there were things it was so inexcusable to do that when done their inexcusability assumed the proportions of a crime.

    The Shuttle

  • A large contingent of writers even believed Penalosa won the fight despite the scorecards of the 3 judges which inexcusability awarded de Leon a wide unanimous decision win. - XML News RSS/RDF Feed

  • Which brings us back to the calls for action and the "inexcusability of inaction."


  • He did not genuflect with a 'mea culpa' in the direction of the Murphy finding of inexcusability.

    Irish Blogs


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