unrepentance

unrepentance

(ˌʌnrɪˈpɛntəns)
n
the state of being unrepentant, impenitent, or unremorseful
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His unrepentance and pathological self-righteousness before the board evoked memories of his smug smile as his acquittal for the 1994 murders was read out all those years ago.
His unrepentance and arrogance has brought much discontent among Filipinos worldwide," Martinez said in a statement.
BS Aquino and his cohorts have been consistent in showing their unrepentance and complete disregard of the Supreme Court decision on DAP.
A leftist Oxford professor I know once told me it was the blitheness of the upper class's unrepentance that drives him up the wall.
South Koreans, however, see the Japanese claim as a sign of Japanese unrepentance about its colonization of Korea.
Shakespeare's Richard III, Oscar Wilde's Dorian Gray and Anne Rice's vampire Lestat are likewise purveyors of confessional unrepentance, more recently exemplified by Showtime's Dexter (2006-present).
Her sexuality, particularly in her unrepentance, links her also to working-class sexual nonconformity in the latter half of the eighteenth century, in the decades following the passage of the 1753 Marriage Act.
A half hour came and went, but rather than confess Gorzki remained standing, the expression on his face a muddy compound of sullenness, bewilderment, and unrepentance.
Echoing Sade's libertines' unrepentance in evil, he laughs at the thought that he is a miserable sinner.
Lesser offenses may properly remain unforgiven, at least for a time, because of the offender's unrepentance.
And so today, standing here again before these emblems of sacrifice, remorse, and unrepentance so high above the Fulda Gap where armies now grow old with patience, I look down over this borderland and see the sutures that bind the ruptures of the past and strangely summon up that fallen scavenger and my prayer for a healing.
Reuben had had everything going for him but was now to lose it all because of unrepentance.