inexcusably


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Synonyms for inexcusably

in an unpardonable manner or to an unpardonable degree

without any excuse

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Dishonest and misleading memo wrecked the House intel committee, destroyed trust with Intelligence Community, damaged relationship with FISA court, and inexcusably exposed classified investigation of an American citizen," Comey wrote on Twitter.
The CHED has demeaned them inexcusably," Siao added.
President Duterte is inexcusably accountable for its atrocious and treacherous imposition.
4 WHELAN Embarrassing error gifted Derby the opener as he inexcusably passed to Vydra in the area, who set up Weimann.
The boss admitted that Glenn Whelan's mistake was costly as he inexcusably passed the ball to Matej Vydra who set up Andi Weimann for the opener.
The VA has inexcusably denied benefits to Arla Harrell and countless other WWII veterans who suffered lifelong illness due to the unconscionable experiments they were forced to endure," Blunt said.
Yes, that cod might have been inexcusably tough, and bony, but there were other topics the passengers should have been thinking about.
To declare that Earth must be the only planet in the cosmos with life would be inexcusably egocentric of us.
According to daily Phileleftheros which reported the case, the state treasury found out that a male employee of the finance ministry was inexcusably absent from work for a total of 21 months between 2012 and 2014 and has is taking steps to take back e1/438,500 in salary payments.
Holmes' birdie two at the 13th levelled things up again and inexcusably the European pair lost the short 17th to a par.
Inexcusably, only three players - Chris Solly, Morgan Fox and Stephen Henderson - bothered to applaud the travelling fans at the end.
You have, not surprisingly but inexcusably, a number of convictions, 62 offences.
Employment discrimination against gay workers should have been declared illegal years ago, but Congress has inexcusably and unconscionably rejected every one of the many versions of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act that have been introduced since the mid-1970s.
As Berri's effortless endeavors continue, those behind such lies, inexcusably absent themselves from electoral sessions for no valid reason, Berri's office concluded.
Claire Nurden, of the Disability Benefits Consortium, said: "Too many disabled people have undergone inexcusably poor assessments resulting in wrong decisions, in many cases at a detriment to their health.