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So bad as to be unable to be forgiven or excused.‘losing your temper with him was unforgivable’
inexcusable, unpardonable, unjustifiable, indefensible, reprehensible, outrageous, deplorable, insupportable, despicable, contemptible, disgraceful, shamefulinexpiable, irremissible, unwarrantable, condemnablemortal, deadlyView synonyms
- ‘This is unsisterly and unforgivable, and actually counter-productive.’
- ‘Plans to introduce tougher planning rules are unforgivable.’
- ‘Life Changers teach us to forgive ourselves for things we imagine to be unforgivable.’
- ‘That they disintegrated to an ill-behaved rabble, with senior players in open dissent, was unforgivable.’
- ‘If women knew that their spite will go unrewarded, perhaps fewer would stoop to this despicable, and unforgivable, crime.’
- ‘To go into someone's house and be obscene is unforgivable.’
- ‘That is an unforgivable failure, in my judgment, and one that we ought to debate.’
- ‘If you feel the infidelity is unforgivable and you cannot move on from the affair then it is time to leave.’
- ‘What Will had just done was, by the driver's standards, unforgivable.’
- ‘I guess it's unforgivable that I read them before I give them to her.’
- ‘And what's particularly unforgivable is the way the theme music is ruined.’
- ‘This was an aberration on my part but I make no excuses for what was an unforgivable incident.’
- ‘It was then, and then only, that I decided to embark on the series of actions that I now agree were unforgivable.’
- ‘It is no disgrace to try and fail but to waste so much possession without having a go from scoreable positions is unforgivable.’
- ‘What is most unforgivable is to leave and not see your child.’
- ‘To compound this unforgivable error of judgement, I then only gave his work a cursory glance before allowing him to leave.’
- ‘For the latter, the act is unforgivable and the perpetrator irredeemable.’
- ‘But investigating a pupil's sex life would be an unforgivable intrusion.’
- ‘Members see any concession not as a necessary compromise but as an unforgivable sellout to a sworn enemy.’
- ‘Prejudice can take many forms, most of which are unforgivable.’
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