Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being unrepentant or impenitent; impenitence.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun rare Impenitence.

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  • noun Lack of repentance; failure to repent.

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Examples

  • 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.

    Steven Weber: Grumpy Old Putzes

  • But I do; I love the harsh matter of factness; I love Jack's love of drink and drugs and his total unrepentance.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • But I do; I love the harsh matter of factness; I love Jack's love of drink and drugs and his total unrepentance.

    The Magdalen Martyrs

  • Helpless in the face of such blank unrepentance, I obeyed, and presently I heard the clerk's voice intoning, Nurse Ratcliff!

    Try Anything Twice

  • "No, I know I don't," beamed Bertram, with cheerful unrepentance; "but I am, just the same," he finished triumphantly.

    Miss Billy -- Married

  • 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.

    Northern Lights, Volume 3.

  • 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.

    Northern Lights

  • 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.

    Northern Lights, Complete

  • 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.

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

  • "No, I know I don't," beamed Bertram, with cheerful unrepentance; "but I am, just the same," he finished triumphantly.

    Miss Billy — Married

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