unapologetic


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Antonyms for unapologetic

unwilling to make or express an apology

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Ruto added that he is not unashamed of his God and unapologetic of his faith.
The level of unapologetic conjecture I've encountered lately isn't just frustrating, it's retrogressive, unprecedented and absolutely terrifying.
KUWAIT CITY: A Kuwaiti social media star remained unapologetic Monday over comments she made against new laws aimed at improving conditions for Filipino domestic workers, despite backlash online.
President Duterte himself was unapologetic for calling God "stupid."
I titled my book Unapologetic because I believe that we should stick to our stand on whatever issues if we think that it is right.
Hollywood, Unapologetic! - "The Price of Success and It's Negative Spiral, Money as a Prison, Not Being a 'Star F!@#er', and the New Hollywood Generation" can be seen at https://youtu.be/ixhy2LmWowM.
David Musker, in charge of policing the west London event, dismissed suggestions that the public had ridiculed the linking of the operation to the carnival, saying: "I think the public would expect us to do what we can to prevent those injuries to people coming to carnival." He added: "My job is to keep people safe who go to carnival, and I am unapologetic about doing that.
She was well aware of the opposition she faced but was unapologetic.
The singer got him to join in her Unapologetic B*** track after spotting him in the crowd at the 02 in London on Tuesday night.
First off, let it be known that Joan Alturo (Bee Negre is his art moniker) is fiercely unapologetic about drawing skulls.
Arranged thematically in four parts, The Radical King includes twenty-three selections, curated and introduced by scholar-activist Cornel West (Professor of Philosophy and Christian Practice at Union Theological Seminary and Professor Emeritus at Princeton University), that illustrate King's revolutionary vision, underscoring his identification with the poor, his unapologetic opposition to the Vietnam War, and his crusade against global imperialism.
Clemson's iconic Tillman Hall was named after Benjamin Ryan Tillman, an unapologetic racist and segregationist politician, but also one of the schools first trustees.
Insurance exec faces the judge, emotional but unapologetic.
Meanwhile, eBay remains unapologetic and continues to believe that the policy that prompted this lawsuit was acceptable and legal, and led to no anticompetitive effects in the talent market in which eBay competed, the reports added.