from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having or exhibiting no remorse.
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- adj. Feeling or showing no sorrow for wrongdoing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not repentant; not penitent; not contrite for sin.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not penitent or remorseful
- adj. stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing
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Christian Legal Society said, well, you know, we're a Christian society and we've got certain strong views, one of them, which is that they do not want what they called unrepentant gays and lesbians.
The members of the "Flat Earth Society" remain unrepentant and unchanged in their faith and its affirmation!
Until, that is, the unrepentant impresario was confronted by the furious mother of a young actress who combined an endearingly unprotesting stammer with shapely legs–one Marion Davies.
A sex offender described as unrepentant released from prison today and he won't be monitored.
His church refuses membership to "unrepentant" gays and lesbians.
Many of the people who were subjected to torture are quite "unrepentant" and despicable people.
It just has to be asked: Is there no irony in McCain joining the chorus to denounce Ayers as an "unrepentant" bomb-thrower?
I also consider Ayers "unrepentant" after him and his wife told Connie Chung that they were not sorry and wished they could have "...done more."
My guess is that he was using the "unrepentant" line as an outrageous hook to get publicity and sell the book.
He was "unrepentant" about his commitment to build up schools in the public sector.