inexcusable


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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.

inexcusable

(ˌɪnɪkˈskjuːzəbəl)
adj
not able to be excused or justified
ˌinexˌcusaˈbility, ˌinexˈcusableness n
ˌinexˈcusably adv

in•ex•cus•a•ble

(ˌɪn ɪkˈskyu zə bəl)

adj.
incapable of being excused or justified.
[1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin]
in`ex•cus`a•bil′i•ty, in`ex•cus′a•ble•ness, n.
in`ex•cus′a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inexcusable - without excuse or justification
excusable - capable of being overlooked
2.inexcusable - not excusableinexcusable - not excusable        
unpardonable - not admitting of pardon; "unpardonable behavior"

inexcusable

inexcusable

adjective
Impossible to excuse, pardon, or justify:
Translations
لا يُعْذَر، لا يُغْتَفَر
neomluvitelný
uundskyldelig
megbocsáthatatlan
óafsakanlegur
neatleistinasnedovanotinainedovanotinas
nepiedodams
neospravedlniteľný
affedilemezbağışlanamaz

inexcusable

[ˌɪnɪksˈkjuːzəbl] ADJ [behaviour, conduct] → imperdonable, inexcusable

inexcusable

[ˌɪnɪkˈskjuːzəbəl] adjinexcusable

inexcusable

adjunverzeihlich, unverzeihbar, unentschuldbar; failureunverzeihlich; it would be inexcusable for him to leave nowes wäre unverzeihlich, wenn er jetzt gehen würde

inexcusable

[ˌɪnɪksˈkjuːzəbl] adjimperdonabile

inexcusable

(inikˈskjuːzəbl) adjective
too bad etc to be excused or justified; not excusable. inexcusable rudeness.
ˌinexˈcusably adverb
References in classic literature ?
Those women are inexcusable who forget what is due to themselves, and the opinion of the world.
"He is undoubtedly very much in loveevery thing denotes itvery much in love indeed!and when he comes again, if his affection continue, I must be on my guard not to encourage it.It would be most inexcusable to do otherwise, as my own mind is quite made up.
Whatever occupation I chose, when not actually busied about them or their concerns, I had, as it were, to keep my loins girded, my shoes on my feet, and my staff in my hand; for not to be immediately forthcoming when called for, was regarded as a grave and inexcusable offence: not only by my pupils and their mother, but by the very servant, who came in breathless haste to call me, exclaiming, 'You're to go to the schoolroom DIRECTLY, mum, the young ladies is WAITING!!' Climax of horror!
To say the truth, this behaviour of Partridge was a little inexcusable; but he had not slept off the effect of the dose which he swallowed the evening before; which had, in the morning, received the addition of above a pint of wine, or indeed rather of malt spirits; for the perry was by no means pure.
'It is very inexcusable in him if he stops to play with any other boys,' said the young lady, smiling.
Marianne would have thought herself very inexcusable had she been able to sleep at all the first night after parting from Willoughby.
or, if the play is based on fiction and historical facts are introduced, or bits of what occurred to different people and at different times mixed up with it, all, not only without any semblance of probability, but with obvious errors that from every point of view are inexcusable? And the worst of it is, there are ignorant people who say that this is perfection, and that anything beyond this is affected refinement.
In fact, Anne could never see the crape round his hat, without fearing that she was the inexcusable one, in attributing to him such imaginations; for though his marriage had not been very happy, still it had existed so many years that she could not comprehend a very rapid recovery from the awful impression of its being dissolved.
Rich and idle and ornamental societies must produce many more such situations; and there might even be one in which a woman naturally sensitive and aloof would yet, from the force of circumstances, from sheer defencelessness and loneliness, be drawn into a tie inexcusable by conventional standards.
But that was not inexcusable; for she had always thought he was Henry VIII, and she did not approve of him.
And it had needed Carlotta's incomprehensible and inexcusable absence from this gala night for the little Daae, at a moment's warning, to show all that she could do in a part of the program reserved for the Spanish diva!
It would have marked a want of foresight in the convention, which our own experience would have rendered inexcusable.