Definition of 'no excuse'
Example sentences containing 'no excuse'
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There was no excuses for defending like that. The Sun (2009)But that is no excuse for his behaviour and you have to take action for all your sakes. The Sun (2009)You search for reasons, but some behaviour simply has no excuse. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There is no excuse for their behaviour, but women do need to be on their guard. The Sun (2012)There's no excuse for the behaviour of the other driver. The Sun (2015)But this is no excuse, he says. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I know this is no excuse for my behaviour. The Sun (2009)I want to deliver a message that there is no excuse to behave like he did. The Sun (2013)You've a better hope she will forgive you if you make no excuses and just say how sorry you are. The Sun (2010)WITH so many dental products and treatments available there is no excuse for anything less than a thousand megawatt smile. The Sun (2008)He added: 'Having an addiction is no excuse for my behaviour. Times, Sunday Times (2010)That they may replace ugly gas works or goods yards is no excuse,' he wrote. SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets (2004)Make no excuses but keep saying sorry, and she may forgive you.. The Sun (2008)Let me be clear - there is no excuse for abusive behaviour, neglect or failure to deliver basic standards of care. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You may say that's no excuse but I remember well the night my mum phoned to say my dad was very ill. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Definition of no excuse from the Collins English Dictionary
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