Definition of unforgivable in English:

unforgivable

Line breaks: un|for¦giv|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnfəˈɡɪvəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

So bad as to be unable to be forgiven or excused: losing your temper with him was unforgivable
More example sentences
  • To compound this unforgivable error of judgement, I then only gave his work a cursory glance before allowing him to leave.
  • If women knew that their spite will go unrewarded, perhaps fewer would stoop to this despicable, and unforgivable, crime.
  • Life Changers teach us to forgive ourselves for things we imagine to be unforgivable.
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unforgivably

adverb
More example sentences
  • The compère was inexperienced, the DJ unforgivably took it upon himself to heckle the support acts and the sparse audience was less than receptive.
  • You bet we can - but not in the 7-10 days I figured it would take, and not without pushing our troops unforgivably and needlessly hard.
  • Still more delectable are the landscapes of Simon Bening, especially his delicate miniatures of the months of the year, not all of which, unforgivably, are reproduced in the catalogue.

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