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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunrepentantun‧re‧pent‧ant /ˌʌnrɪˈpentənt◂/ adjective  ASHAMEDnot ashamed of your behaviour or beliefs, even though other people disapprove He remains unrepentant about his comments.unrepentantly adverb
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unrepentantYet, even as this crisis came to a head, the bishops remained unrepentant.Even after the rape conviction, Thayer remained unrepentant.Irvin, consistent with his usual public stance, was unrepentant.Many consider the general an unrepentant and brutal tyrant.He appeared unrepentant and impassioned in favour of us developing our nuclear muscle - for defence.We were no longer a pair of unrepentant felons griping about the minimal return yielded by our criminal enterprise.an unrepentant racistPitsligo died there in 1767, head, much to his surprise, still firmly attached to his unrepentant shoulders.She lied all the time, storming her house like an unrepentant sinner.Mummy and Daddy back in Melbourne wouldn't be delighted, but Kylie was unrepentant when she eventually surfaced.
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