unforgivable


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un·for·giv·a·ble

 (ŭn′fər-gĭv′ə-bəl)
adj.
Of or relating to an act or situation that one cannot or will not forgive: unforgivable behavior.
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unforgivable

(ˌʌnfəˈɡɪvəbəl)
adj
so bad as to be unable to be excused or pardoned
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unforgivable - not excusableunforgivable - not excusable        
unpardonable - not admitting of pardon; "unpardonable behavior"
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unforgivable

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unforgivable

adjective
Impossible to excuse, pardon, or justify:
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Translations
neodpustljiv

unforgivable

[ˈʌnfəˈgɪvəbl] ADJimperdonable
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unforgivable

[ˌʌnfərˈgɪvəbəl] adjimpardonnable
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unforgivable

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unforgivable

[ˌʌnfəˈgɪvəbl] adjimperdonabile
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References in classic literature ?
I forgot the new and unforgivable grudge I had against him now.
Such boldness on the part of a man of my own class would have been almost unforgivable. I know that I could not avoid dropping my eyes, and I was quite relieved when I passed him on and turned to greet Bishop Morehouse--a favorite of mine, a sweet and serious man of middle age, Christ- like in appearance and goodness, and a scholar as well.
But that also was not, under certain conditions, an unforgivable thing.
They still had against me, however, the crime of which I had been guilty--the unforgivable crime of stealing the great secret.
On O'Driscoll's "unforgivable" comment on BTSport, he said: "Brian is a legend of the game and to be honest it doesn't really bother me.
The two boys are thought to be the last orphans to be transported to Australia and Rex tells his story of childhood innocence, unforgivable abuse at the hands of the people who were meant to care for them and his long journey back to England to seek the truth of what really happened to his mother.
The two boys are thought to be the last orphans to be transported to Australia, and Rex tells his story of childhood innocence, unforgivable abuse at the hands of the people who were meant to care for them and his long journey back to England to seek the truth of what really happened to his mother.
13 (BNA): British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has called on UK politicians to back her Brexit deal, stressing that a failure to deliver Brexit would be a "catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust".
Now she is single again after deciding to bin Wayne due to an 'unforgivable act' that he had done over the Christmas period.
Poland has a long history of anti-Semitism and unforgivable cooperation with the Nazis, but hundreds of years before that it was a haven for Jews.
A WOMAN has blasted vandals who stole her mobility scooter and torched it yards from her home, describing it as "an unforgivable crime".
It is unforgivable not to be able to deal with hunger,' she added.