Definition of 'inexcusable'
Example sentences containing 'inexcusable'
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Blame should at long last be reclaimed: it is the proper sanction for incompetence, irresponsibility or inexcusable behaviour.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He said: 'It was inexcusable.The Sun (2009)
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