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unremorseful

Line breaks: un|re¦morse|ful
Pronunciation: /ʌnrɪˈmɔːsfʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/

Definition of unremorseful in English:

adjective

Lacking feelings of regret or guilt: he is frank and unremorseful about his homosexuality
More example sentences
  • And he seemed defiant and unrepentant and unremorseful, in their words.
  • Sidney, the man who's unremorseful, is also a man without friends - he doesn't understand about friendship - and that's something else that Kelvin is trying to teach him.
  • A client is caught with his or her hands in the cookie jar (or beats his wife, or makes racist comments) and is unremorseful.

Derivatives

unremorsefully

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • One of the standout tracks though, is just utterly astounding if only for it's mesmerising guitar slides that race unremorsefully into a hardcore-metal freakout.
  • I dare say Sasha has managed to cross it unremorsefully.
  • He stalks his prey with bravado and near-relish, killing unremorsefully on his unremitting quest to destroy the accused.

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