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- n. Lack of repentance; failure to repent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Impenitence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being unrepentant or impenitent; impenitence.
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The core of the Republican ideology has long since strayed from its stated desires to find leaner, better ways to govern a free people and has evolved into a diamond-hard doctrine of perpetual unrepentance.
But I do; I love the harsh matter of factness; I love Jack's love of drink and drugs and his total unrepentance.
Helpless in the face of such blank unrepentance, I obeyed, and presently I heard the clerk's voice intoning, Nurse Ratcliff!
"No, I know I don't," beamed Bertram, with cheerful unrepentance; "but I am, just the same," he finished triumphantly.
Sheriff and watcher, had failed to do: he had shaken Grassette out of his blank isolation and obdurate unrepentance, had touched some chord of recognisable humanity.
Sheriff, and watcher, had failed to do: he had shaken Grassette out of his blank isolation and obdurate unrepentance, had touched some chord of recognizable humanity.
What was both repellent and pitiable about Desmond's Leveson turn was the blitheness of his unrepentance.
Still more sadly, it appears that the leadership of the Reformation Lutheran Church failed to rebuke Tiller for such sins and unrepentance.
It’s been more than twenty years since John Bonham’s death ended Zeppelin’s epic reign, but Plant’s unrepentance has not waned.
I'm a little surprised at the level of unrepentance here. "