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- adv. In an inexcusable manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. With a degree of guilt or folly beyond excuse or justification.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inexcusable manner; unpardonably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unpardonable manner or to an unpardonable degree
- adv. without any excuse
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In particular, the commission found that the current Bishop of Limerick, Donal Murray, reacted "inexcusably" to one known case of clerical child abuse while he handled a number of other complaints and suspicions badly.
What is it about the Ford Ka that attracts the kind of inexcusably-timid morons who should have never been rewarded with a driving licence?
I haven't been back to England in a very long time --- actually, an inexcusably long time --- but I got to know it pretty well years ago when I was studying at Cambridge for a semester.
Bringing up other stuff (especially 20+ years old) that's completely irrelevant to this discussion is inexcusably partisan.
Using stock footage, staged interviews, and the kind of special effects that give meaning to the term, Allen and cinematographer Gordon Willis put together a marvelous, inexcusably forgotten masterpiece.
OK, after all that, I wish to thank Jim Bentein for sounding the alarm and appropriately so regarding the inexcusably irresponsible management of Lake Chapala and the Lerma Basin.
On comes Barnett.66 min: Adebayor has a goal disallowed - quite right as he hjad inexcusably wandered a couple of yards offside, but a shame too, as Assou-Ekotto's pass to him was wonderful.
Rick Warren was the one fly in the ointment today, injecting into the proceedings inexcusably and specifically Christian religious language.
(She's pressed into service because Betty impulsively fires long-time housekeeper Clara, an inexcusably and unforgivably cruel act, the latest blemish on the former Mrs. Draper's lack of character.)
I was given a flyer at the Joco malecon yesterday and according to someone whom I asked about it, the price has dropped considerably to ride the the barge from the Joco malecon to San Juan Cosala, or that is the destination according to my inexcusably bad Spanish.