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- adjective Not
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"But I am your friend," the viscount said, sounding quite uncontrite.
Merle gazed with horror upon the apparently uncontrite fratricide.
The Obama campaign has declared its respect for uncontrite terrorist Bill Ayers's school "reforms" - in fact, as Ronald Radosh writes, an agenda for "making classrooms into centers for creating revolutionary change."
I am taking issue with the fact that she is a non-christian passing herself off to be a christian and leading unsuspecting followers down the wrong road, and her uncontrite performance is one of the ways I see that.