inexcusably


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in·ex·cus·a·ble

 (ĭn′ĭk-skyo͞o′zə-bəl)
adj.
Impossible to excuse or justify; unpardonable: inexcusable behavior.

in′ex·cus′a·ble·ness n.
in′ex·cus′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.inexcusably - in an unpardonable manner or to an unpardonable degreeinexcusably - in an unpardonable manner or to an unpardonable degree; "he was inexcusably cruel to his wife"
excusably, forgivably, pardonably - in an excusable manner or to an excusable degree; "he was excusably late"
2.inexcusably - without any excuseinexcusably - without any excuse; "he is unjustifiably harsh on her"
Translations
بصورة لا تُغْفَر
neomluvitelně
megbocsáthatatlanul
óafsakanlega
neospravedlniteľne
bağlanamaz bir şekilde

inexcusably

[ˌɪnɪksˈkjuːzəblɪ] ADV [behave] → de modo inexcusable, de modo imperdonable
she had been inexcusably carelesshabía cometido un descuido inexcusable or imperdonable

inexcusably

[ˌɪnɪkˈskjuːzəbli] adv [careless, rude] → d'une manière inexcusable

inexcusably

advunverzeihlich; she had been inexcusably careless/lazyihre Nachlässigkeit/Faulheit war unverzeihlich gewesen

inexcusably

[ˌɪnɪksˈkjuːzəblɪ] advimperdonabilmente
inexcusably lazy → di una pigrizia imperdonabile

inexcusable

(inikˈskjuːzəbl) adjective
too bad etc to be excused or justified; not excusable. inexcusable rudeness.
ˌinexˈcusably adverb
References in classic literature ?
The first time was three or four years since, when I favoured the reader -- inexcusably, and for no earthly reason that either the indulgent reader or the intrusive author could imagine -- with a description of my way of life in the deep quietude of an Old Manse.
Well or ill done, excusably or inexcusably, it was done.
For a girl of county family, you are inexcusably vulgar, Jane.
Upon the whole, there can be no room to doubt that the convention acted wisely in copying from the models of those constitutions which have established good behavior as the tenure of their judicial offices, in point of duration; and that so far from being blamable on this account, their plan would have been inexcusably defective, if it had wanted this important feature of good government.
So often and so essentially have we heretofore suffered from the want of secrecy and despatch, that the Constitution would have been inexcusably defective, if no attention had been paid to those objects.
Vernon, I think, was a great deal too kind to her when he was in Staffordshire; her behaviour to him, independent of her general character, has been so inexcusably artful and ungenerous since our marriage was first in agitation that no one less amiable and mild than himself could have overlooked it all; and though, as his brother's widow, and in narrow circumstances, it was proper to render her pecuniary assistance, I cannot help thinking his pressing invitation to her to visit us at Churchhill perfectly unnecessary.
My son has behaved to you so weakly, and (in my opinion) so inexcusably, that I am really, speaking as his mother, almost ashamed to face you.
Fifty years ago such an answer as this, addressed to a lady, would have been considered inexcusably impertinent.
She not seldom mistakes enthusiasm or indignation for artistic inspiration, and she is repeatedly and inexcusably careless in meter and rime.
This was the point in the ceremony at which the wretched Nutty had broken down absolutely, and not inexcusably, considering the severity of the test.
Buffeted in this inexcusably uncivil way on one cheek, the Count, like a practical Christian, immediately turned the other, and said, in the sweetest manner, "Good-morning, Mr.
It was really inconceivable that the means of secret revolutionary organisations should have failed so inexcusably to preserve her son.