indefensible


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impossible to excuse, pardon, or justify

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(of theories etc) incapable of being defended or justified

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not able to be protected against attack

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incapable of being justified or explained

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My attitude quite an indefensible one--is that so long as I am no trouble to any one I have a right to do as I like.
"Well," said Summerlee, "since you ask my opinion, it strikes me as an indefensible throwback to the Stone Age or before it.
She said mass treatment of healthy people with antiviral drugs was indefensible and ineffective.
But Angie Bray, leader of the London Assembly Conservative Group, said that "to skim off a resource which is needed to relieve such poverty, is morally indefensible"
Nehal Bhuta, who wrote a report on the trial, said imposing the death penalty on Hussein after such as trial was "indefensible".
"What happened on Wednesday was indefensible," said Pearce today.
He complained that he sometimes felt forced to 'defend the indefensible', and bullishly insisted that heads may yet roll over the affair.
I say "fortunately" because consequentialism is philosophically indefensible as a normative theory.
Conservative commentator Arianna Huffington called the remarks "an abomination." Rush Limbaugh released a statement expressing his embarrassment and disappointment in the two men, labeling their comments "indefensible." Even the White House was appalled; a spokesman called the statements "inappropriate," adding that President Bush--who counted both Robertson and Falwell among his strongest presidential campaign supporters--"does not share those views."
If the status quo hadn't become indefensible, it certainly appeared that way.
"Nuclear weapons are inherently dangerous, highly expensive, militarily inefficient, and morally indefensible," he said, adding that U.S.
The former non-executive EBS boss agreed the blanket Tinney guarantee was "indefensible".
to people in is indefensible ALLARD "For their voices to be silenced on this crucial issue by an out-of-touch Tory Government pandering to their right wing and to Ukip would be nothing less than a democratic disgrace.
In her resignation letter, Lady Warsi said: "My view has been that our policy in relation to the Middle East peace process generally, but more recently our approach and language during the current crisis in Gaza is morally indefensible, is not in Britain's national interest and will have a long-term detrimental impact on our reputation internationally and domestically." Lady Warsi's resignation appeared to have caught No 10 by surprise, with Mr Cameron on holiday.
You should because however morally indefensible it is for the Tories to ask millions to pay more in Britain while millionaires pay less, the most infuriating aspect may well be that the economics of the decision are indefensible too.