Definition of 'unrepentant'
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The man himself was utterly unrepentant though. Notorious: The Maddest and Baddest Sportsmen on the Planet (2006)The man at the centre of the dispute remained unrepentant. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But he remained unrepentant about his early drug exploits. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Third, have the courage to gently but firmly confront unrepentant sin. Christianity Today (2000)And despite their sharp suits today, they remain unrepentant about the outlandish clothes they wore back in their early twenties. The Sun (2014)And yet he remains unrepentant. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And yesterday he was unrepentant. The Sun (2010)Yesterday the Taleban remained unrepentant. Times, Sunday Times (2006)On appeal she served six months in Holloway prison, but she remained cheerily unrepentant. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He spent 42 years in prison, but remained unrepentant. The Sun (2014)But Downing Street remains unrepentant about the tone of the intervention. The Sun (2016)It has always refused to accept blame and on Friday appeared unrepentant, saying it could still appeal against the ruling. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Because he is 'wholly unrepentant'. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'unrepentant'
British English: unrepentant ADJECTIVE
If you are unrepentant, you are not ashamed of your beliefs or actions.
She was unrepentant about her strong language and abrasive remarks.
Definition of unrepentant from the Collins English Dictionary
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