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unforgiven

Syllabification: un·for·giv·en
Pronunciation: /ˌənfərˈɡivən
 
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Definition of unforgiven in English:

adjective

Not forgiven: I could see some unforgiven issues between them
More example sentences
  • If the victim cannot bring him or herself to forgive, then the perpetrator remains unforgiven, there is no release.
  • But despite her anti-violence efforts and an increasing appreciation of her art, Ono remains largely unforgiven.
  • They are among the least trusted, most abused people on the planet, and their sins can go unforgiven for decades.

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