irreconciled

irreconciled

(ɪˈrɛkənˌsaɪld)
adj
not reconciled, esp with God
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Unable to follow even those we love Into new lands, We find we must remain Stranded in bitterness, irreconciled, As lonely pillars in a desert wild.
One ever feels his two-ness, an American, a Negro; two souls, two thoughts two irreconciled strivings; two warring ideals in one dark body, whose dogged strength also keeps it from being torn asunder." (duboisopedia www.library.umass.edu/spcol.)
A closer acquaintance in some cases would reveal additional serious deficiencies such as the large-scale diversion of funds, irreconciled and irresconcilable accounting figures over long periods of time, inflated pay rolls, extensive failure to collect revenue and debts, budgets which have no contact with reality, and important financial decisions taken with little regard for the consequences.
2004), because of poor coordination, irreconciled priorities and lack of political resolve; ambitions to become the most dynamic and competitive economy in the world were cancelled.
Still, the mystique of Japan's success against the West continued to have a hold on at least some Philippine nationalists who remained "irreconciled" to American rule.
The crisis in water management is a fundamental manifestation of 'our' irreconciled relation to the type of environment we occupy.
Wives "left poor behind them" and "children rawly left" are not "irreconciled iniquities" that the servant should have expiated before his death.
It is as if the 'event-based' scripting lauded throughout the text remains irreconciled with its 'idea-driven' counterpart.
One ever feels his twoness - an American, a Negro; two souls, two thoughts, two irreconciled strivings .
A closer acquaintance in some cases would reveal additional serious deficiencies such as the large-scale diversion of funds, irreconciled and irreconciliable accounting figures over long periods of time, inflated pay rolls, extensive failure to collect revenue and debts, budgets which have no contact with reality, and important financial decisions taken with little regard for the consequences.