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Synonyms for unforgivable

Synonyms for unforgivable

impossible to excuse, pardon, or justify

Synonyms for unforgivable

not excusable


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missile attack against Syria is a clear and unforgivable act of aggression against a sovereign state and we strongly condemn this," KCNA quoted an unnamed spokesman for the North Korean foreign ministry as saying.
This poses a grave threat to Japan's security, and is an unforgivable act that damages regional peace and stability markedly," Abe told reporters at the prime minister's residence.
MISSING a hospital appointment is in most cases unforgivable, but I am not so sure about GP appointments.
It imposes a serious threat to Japan's security and it is an unforgivable act of violence toward Japan's security," Abe said.
Unforgivable is the sequel to Invincible (HarperCollins, 2015), the story of Evie's cancer diagnosis and eventual cure.
Mr Shawcross, who will give a speech on charity fundraising in Southampton, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "Hounding is absolutely out of the question and unforgivable and charities should never indulge in it.
A wizardly 65 per cent correctly answered in a twitter poll that 'Crucio' is an Unforgivable Curse from the Harry Potter series.
Abe said, "It is unforgivable and I feel strong resentment.
The insensitivity, cruelty, brutality and uncivilized actions of the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families are embarrassing and unforgivable.
On the contrary, the wrongdoing is unforgivable with dramatic consequences over the country's reputation, Rizaov adds.
Newly released CCTV video of the Kenya mall attack last month contains some chilling, unforgivable moments, Nahlah Ayed writes.
Lt-Gen Carter said that it would be unforgivable if they allowed the gains of the last three years to be lost because they were not able to provide the Afghans with the support to take this through into 2014.
BAKE[pounds sterling] (CyHAN)- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday said that the terror act against Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai was unforgivable while addressing the 12th summit of Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Just unforgivable Interesting to note Alastair Down eulogising about the size of the Cheltenham crowd but racegoers complain about a poor experience.