One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘An enemy is somebody who, impenitently and with malice aforethought, means ill and chooses to do you harm for the sake of his own selfish purposes.’
- ‘What it wears on its star-crossed sleeves may be more nerve than heart, but it is heartily droll: a piece of impenitently delinquent sophomoric sardonicism I would characterize as juvenile astringency.’
- ‘They both sat down, drinking the wine, with Maxine impenitently waiting for the show to begin.’
- ‘Historical shame and resentment is here straightforwardly acknowledged, impenitently.’
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