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- adv. In an unpardonable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not in a pardonable manner or degree; beyond pardon or forgiveness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unpardonable manner or to an unpardonable degree
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I have unpardonably neglected to make the enquiry at the Fortune
So pervasive is the leftist atmosphere that ambitious people in other industries and in many urban settings have learned that to even express curiosity about conservatism instead of accepting the crudest of caricatures of the political opposition might stigmatize them as unpardonably stupid and unfit for their high status jobs.
I had thought Ms. Greer was being unpardonably arrogant.
There are few things that are so unpardonably neglected in our country as poker.
The whole cloth armor thing is unpardonably silly, so far as I'm concerned.
However, it is entirely obvious to even the half-informed individual that those rankings contain unpardonably grave mistakes.
En route to the unpardonably obvious wrap-up, let's see, we get Butler rudely coaching Heigl on how to catch a "perfect" guy ( "Now tell him goodnight and stick your tits out"), a lame restaurant-orgasm scene which makes one yearn desperately for the Meg Ryan of yore, and a shiny new term for female masturbation: Flickin 'the bean.
These places were no longer there, not even the Imperial Road which had been opened by the great Mr. Hesketh Bell whom she had danced with at the celebratory ball and to whom she had once been so unpardonably rude.
So the USA, with Israeli government unhappy approval, armed Dahlan, Fatah, in Gaza to the teeth, assuming they would then be able to wipe out Hamas, which had - unpardonably - won "democratic" elections in Palestine.
But they did not want to be seen as either unfit for their office or unpardonably stupid, so they reported on the glories of the cloth.