unrepenting

unrepenting

(ˌʌnrɪˈpɛntɪŋ)
adj
not penitent or remorseful
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Work of his hand He nor commends nor grieves Pleads for itself the fact; As unrepenting Nature leaves Her every act.
From him it shuts out life, and all the motives to unrepenting hardihood in that last hour, which its mere sight and presence is often all- sufficient to sustain.
But the University of Notre Dame is no unrepenting colonial dinosaur, for it has certainly attempted to recognise and respectfully acknowledge Indigenous culture, as is evidenced by its naming of its ISC as Nulungu, which means 'meeting place' in the local Yawuru dialect (University of Notre Dame 2008).
I'm an unrepenting believer in this," says Franklin, age 86.
PERHAPS the defiant, unrepenting Mary Chipperfield would regret her sadistic behaviour to her animals if she were given a six-month jail sentence and forced to forfeit ownership of these poor abused creatures.
If there is a shortcoming in this book or the political program it outlines, it's that Hubbard sees science and scientists as unrepentant and unrepenting. In these essays, scientists often become the faceless, inscrutable "they." Hubbard rightly calls for broader participation in science; she asks that scientific inquiry be grounded in the lives and needs of ordinary people.