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- adj. not remorseful
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Feeling no remorse; unpitying; remorseless.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not penitent or remorseful
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John McCain, an unremorseful war criminal, flew some of those missions.
To do that, I'd go back in time and surgically attempt to find and piece together what was lost and why this once loving couple had morphed into unremorseful enemies.
Brown has been pictured gallivanting around the country, seemingly unremorseful, not hiding out to contemplate his decisions and actions.
As Americans continue to face furloughs, layoffs, and dwindling savings, as millions find themselves unable to afford the homes that banks enticed them to buy with tricky mortgages, and as states and cities cut services as a result of declining tax revenue, CEOs and the Chamber remain unrepentant, unremorseful, and if they get their way, unregulated.
Not only is he wantonly destructive, purposefully dishonest and shamelessly unremorseful, he disgracefully defends his catastrophic decisions by hiding and perpetuating the devastating impact they have on the lives of defenseless human beings.
Can an EMT choose not to resuscitate a repeat and unremorseful sexual offender?
Sure his character is a bit far fetched and over the top, but I thought he handeled the role well and I really ended up hating his character because of how sleezey and unremorseful he is which is how I was suppose to feel.
What is seductive about Lex is that he is unremorseful.
He said that he had been in regular contact with the five as they were behind bars and that they appeared unremorseful, saying that they showed no regret whatsoever.
All unremorseful of how we got there or when we will shall leave.