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Not acknowledging or expressing regret.‘he remained unapologetic about his decision’
inveterate, dyed-in-the-wool, confirmed, entrenched, established, long-established, long-standing, deep-rooted, diehard, complete, absolute, utter, thorough, thoroughgoing, out-and-out, true blue, through and throughView synonyms
- ‘Plus I was struck by how unapologetic about it this girl seemed.’
- ‘Her speech was classic Newkirk, unwavering and unapologetic.’
- ‘As for the rounded, tent-like look of the structure, Crawford, a Richmond resident, was unapologetic.’
- ‘Plus, they were completely unapologetic and even threatening towards us from beginning to end!’
- ‘We believe that the road back for our party and our movement lies in being an unapologetic champion for progressive ideas.’
- ‘We are unswerving and unapologetic about our commitment to saving our native species.’
- ‘We both loved it, although my love was unapologetic and his was not.’
- ‘Roger may have regrets, but he is unapologetic about who he is or what he does.’
- ‘He was also unapologetic about his pay package, under which he is expected to receive at least £2.5m in cash and shares this year.’
- ‘I was immediately impressed by his unapologetic support for experimenting on animals in the name of advancing knowledge and medical science.’
- ‘If it sounds like syrupy sentiment, he's unapologetic.’
- ‘Goodman was unapologetic for his comments that came during his visit to the elementary school in North Las Vegas.’
- ‘Thankfully, Kerrigan's personal, unapologetic film on rave culture maintains its irreverence.’
- ‘Granted, some administration spokesmen were unapologetic about the decision.’
- ‘The programme for that night was an unapologetic exploration of Russian romanticism spanning approximately 50 years.’
- ‘For a card-carrying liberal, I was surprisingly unapologetic about our decision.’
- ‘The novelist is unapologetic, and still keen to play the part of provocateur.’
- ‘And it has a sort of unapologetic in your face quality, which I admire.’
- ‘In fact Richard is something of a rarity these days, an unapologetic, uneducated, unemployed and unreal guy.’
- ‘Corinne is the first fictional heroine who, as a woman of genius, is unapologetic about living for her art.’
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