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Synonyms for unforgivably

in an unpardonable manner or to an unpardonable degree

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ONLY GOD FORGIVES (18) FOLLOWING the ultra-stylish Drive, Ryan Gosling reteams with director Nicolas Winding Refn for another slick but, this time, unforgivably tedious crime thriller.
My behaviour was unforgivably stupid and I regret it to this day," he wrote.
Without giving anything away, West throws in some unlikely, but completely commonsense props that make it unforgivably funny.
This is a message to Biscuit's owner: It is unforgivably rude to take for granted the kind actions of others, even if you are too 'busy' at work.
Targeting the financial sector is then an unforgivably destructive activity.
The Kyrgyz side stopped efforts on that and was unforgivably passive in application of this agreement.
Sir Michael said: "Ross-Brand exposed an unforgivably cavalier attitude to editorial standards in some parts of the BBC, and seemed, for some, to suggest that the BBC had lost its moral compass.
This year, however, members of the growing movement in opposition to the Iranian government took to the streets to condemn that government as brutally authoritarian and unforgivably illegitimate.
IN THE Racing Post of 16 March 2009 Alastair Down referred to John Hales's response to his horse, Neptune Collonges, finishing fourth in the Cheltenham Gold Cup as "graceless, petulant and unforgivably unsporting".
Mr Brown is to hold talks shortly with Justice Secretary Jack Straw, to press for a 5p-a-week levy on all taxpayers to build up the fund, and ensure that future victims of terror attacks - we can always hope there might be no more in this country, but that might be unforgivably naive - do not suffer the same distressing outcome as he has done.
Speaking after talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, Mr Blair said it would be "grossly, unforgivably irresponsible" not to act to prevent the massive suffering which could be caused by rises in average global temperatures.
England lost 11-9 and Tait was unforgivably cast to the wilderness by England head coach Andy Robinson, sparking an angry response from the likes of Newcastle rugby director Rob Andrew.
The Vietnamese are very angry, and the more familiar story of their unforgivably barbarous treatment of the prisoners begins to unfold.
Frankly, I didn't know whether the trooper was just unforgivably ignorant of the law or simply thought he could get away with harassing gay people.
Most unforgivably, Kerry said, "We must stand together and succeed in Iraq and win the war on terror.