impenitently


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im·pen·i·tent

 (ĭm-pĕn′ĭ-tənt)
adj.
Not penitent; unrepentant.

im·pen′i·tence n.
im·pen′i·tent n.
im·pen′i·tent·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.impenitently - in an impenitent mannerimpenitently - in an impenitent manner; "he repeated his position unrepentantly"
Translations

impenitently

[ɪmˈpenɪtəntlɪ] ADVimpenitentemente, incorregiblemente

impenitently

advohne Reue

impenitently

[ɪmˈpɛnɪtntlɪ] advsenza pentirsi
References in classic literature ?
Maggie retreated to the roots of a tree a few yards off, and looked on impenitently. Usually her repentance came quickly after one rash deed, but now Tom and Lucy had made her so miserable, she was glad to spoil their happiness,--glad to make everybody uncomfortable.
Rustling about the room, his softly-slippered feet making no noise on the floor, he moved like a refined tiger:--looked like some enchanted marquis of the impenitently wicked sort, in story, whose periodical change into tiger form was either just going off, or just coming on.
Then the wretched boy looked cautiously up and found her gone, crept out of bed, fastened his door, and threw himself upon his pillow again: tearing his hair, morosely crying, grudgingly loving her, hatefully but impenitently spurning himself, and no less hatefully and unprofitably spurning all the good in the world.
But they considered the lama's presence a perfect safeguard against all consequences, and impenitently brought Kim of their best - even to a drink of chang - the barley-beer that comes from Ladakh-way.
True to the traditions of his species, this leader of the proletariat was finally bought off by his law-and-order enemies, living prosperously silent and dying impenitently rich.