unapologetically love



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  • adv. In an unapologetic manner; unaccompanied by any apology


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  • Ricks quotes one commander who in unapologetically defending his unit's ruthless tactics pointed out that he had lost no soldiers in combat.

    Fiasco II

  • Writing about abortion unapologetically is rare; showing a woman unapologetic about her abortion on television is, well, nearly impossible.

    Lack of Reality TV | PopPolitics.com

  • My uncle, who is the epitome of a gun-totin, ferner-hatin, bible-clingin 'tobacco farmer, is a seriously bitter old man who drops the N word unapologetically and recently said to my mom about Obama "once a Muslim, always a Muslim."

    Obama On Clinton's Attacks: "Shame On Her"

  • This is an -- it styles itself as an "unapologetically black church," and "unapologetically" -- if I can say the word, "Christian church."

    CNN Transcript Jan 17, 2008

  • He used the "D" word unapologetically, and said that we could be heading for a depression

    The San Diego Home Blog

  • Rolling Stone, the "unapologetically" flamboyant singer soon became a victim to the never-ending culture wars after his gloriously homoerotic performance on last fall's


  • Well, "unapologetically" is just bad business, and I'm certain it's not how all font makers behave.

    paul robinson

  • Arguing a new line of defence in the policy debate, Mr Rudd said the government's approach was "unapologetically" tough but humane.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • She said she was "unapologetically" pro-life when asked if she opposed abortion even for a 15-year-old raped by her father.

    Scattered Blog // Dan Cameron of Sprout Venture

  • "unapologetically" mixing politics and pop culture - and when she's done, writes McNamara, "it will be virtually impossible to pull them apart" again.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion


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