Impardonable

Im`par´don`a`ble


a.1.Unpardonable.
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The southern people in the US would likely feel that it was impardonable to put Black troops over white people.' The French officer replied: '...
A reader of her column would never learn about Solzhenitsyn's condemnation of "scandalous restrictions" against Jews under die Russian old regime, his criticisms of the Russian state for its "impardonable inaction" in anticipating and responding to brutal anti-Jewish pogroms, his admiration for Pyotr Stolypin's efforts to end the Jewish disabilities, or his criticism of the White forces during the Russian Civil War for their inexcusable toleration of anti-Semitic violence and propaganda in territories under their control.