unrepentant


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devoid of remorse

Synonyms for unrepentant

not penitent or remorseful

stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing

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But Cleese, whose Fawlty Towers Basil Fawlty used to apologise for his Spanish waiter Manuel by saying, "I'm so sorry, he's from Barcelona", was unrepentant.
"These offenders have never apologised for what they did, and have been unrepentant throughout this investigation," he added.
She added: "I have formed the clear impression from the nature of his specious arguments that Mr Stannard is wholly unrepentant.
of New York-Queens College), and intersperses them with interviews introducing each of the three sections on the political animal, unrepentant critical pedagogy, and the politics of the word and the world.
He added: "We are going to appeal because according to the Government my father is unrepentant about this crime."
But it noted he was unrepentant about fleeing prison and going on the run for 35years.
"Mr Biggs is wholly unrepentant and the Parole Board found his propensity to breach trust a very significant factor.
RONNIE Biggs has been refused parole by Justice Secretary Jack Straw, who said the Great Train Robber remained "wholly unrepentant".
Published by an unrepentant old skate codger, this mag is pretty damn great for a first issue, thick with photos and killer writing (including the aforementioned trip to skate the Basque bowl).
A SCIENCE teacher who secretly filmed shocking scenes of pupil misbehaviour for a TV documentary remained unrepentant last night despite being banned from the classroom for a year.
Songs like "Love Sick" are born for constant replay after a teenage girl's first breakup; honest enough to resound with the drama, and unrepentant enough to not insult the listener's dignity.
Antle acknowledged that Bennett "was an unrepentant drug warrior and leading force for using the federal government to promote traditionalist conservative objectives." But he charged that "libertarian criticism was not limited to Bennett's designs for the state: many were clearly put off by his propensity to judge lifestyles, criticize individual choices and espouse limits on personal appetites." In a Wall Street Journal article published around the same time, Journal columnist Susan Lee, while basically sympathetic to the libertarian viewpoint, wrote that libertarian tolerance "comes from indifference to moral questions, not from a greater inborn talent to live and let live."
Shah and Jamma appeared unrepentant as they left the dock, making gangster-style hand gestures.
supporters say is, they make a distinction between "unrepentant sinners" and themselves, who are sinners but work hard and are saved, That puts them a step up on the rest of us, I guess.
Finally, an OECTA conference on "Educating for the Common Good," August 24-26, 2006, will include workshops on "building inclusive communities in Catholics schools" and "eco-feminism." It will feature as a guest speaker an unrepentant Gregory Baum, a former priest and excommunicated dissident theologian.