unforgivably


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unforgivably

(ˌʌnfəˈɡɪvəblɪ)
adv
in an unforgivable manner
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Adv.1.unforgivably - in an unpardonable manner or to an unpardonable degreeunforgivably - in an unpardonable manner or to an unpardonable degree; "he was inexcusably cruel to his wife"
excusably, forgivably, pardonably - in an excusable manner or to an excusable degree; "he was excusably late"
Translations

unforgivably

advunverzeihlich; he said, quite unforgivably, that …er sagte, und das war einfach unverzeihlich, dass …

unforgivably

[ˌʌnfəˈgɪvəblɪ] advimperdonabilmente
References in classic literature ?
I suppose I've been unforgivably foolish," was her greeting, when he returned several hours later from a round of the plantation.
Vicar's daughter Theresa May goes to church but when it comes to the homeless she unforgivably walks by, looking the other way.
It happened early in their marriage, was unforgivably atrocious and not in any way their fault.
In each episode, viewers are witness to the mounting suffering of the three Baudelaire children at the hands of countless cruel, inept, and unforgivably bumbling adults who fight for guardianship of the children or, more accurately, for guardianship of their fortune.
Unforgivably, he dismissed this as "locker room banter".
Critique: An exceptional engaging and inherently fascinating history, "Courage Beyond Expectations: Northwest Indian War, as Told by Those Who Lived It" is a unique window into the past and serves up an historical perspective that is unforgivably absent from most American history books and Hollywood movies.
The theft of such amount from the nation, Santiago said, "is unforgivably criminal, and no person who is capable of such act has a place in public office.
And how many of us have, unforgivably, been a bit grumpy to bar staff after a bad day at work?
IT seems unforgivably trivial, desperately unimportant to talk about the passing of Phillip Hughes in anything other than the context of the unthinkable human tragedy that it is.
The Taliban still in control of large parts of their country, the opium market flourishing as never before (one of our key objectives was to take control of and ultimately eliminate the opium trade) and a trail of military failures including, most unforgivably of all, a failure to provide the right protective equipment for our brave men.
There were times, like recently over the situation in Gaza, where she unforgivably crossed the line but that should not detract from the millions of laughs she gave to so many throughout her career.
THE demise of Massey-Ferguson in Banner Lane, once the world's largest tractor manufacturing plant, has been followed by yet another industrial site being turned over to housing rather than being offered to Jaguar Land Rover for construction of their new engine plant, unforgivably located in Wolverhampton.