impenitent

[im-pen-i-tuhnt]
adjective
not feeling regret about one's sin or sins; obdurate.

Origin:
1525–35; < Late Latin impaenitent- (stem of impaenitēns) unrepentant. See im-2, penitent

impenitence, impenitency, impenitentness, noun
impenitently, adverb


unrepentant, uncontrite, hardened.
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impenitent (ɪmˈpɛnɪtənt)
 
adj
not sorry or penitent; unrepentant
 
im'penitence
 
n
 
im'penitence
 
n
 
im'penitentness
 
n
 
im'penitently
 
adv

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Example sentences
Abandoned yet impenitent, he spends his days brooding and waiting for the day he will be vindicated.
We trace his progress from the first dawnings of unlawful ambition to the cynical melancholy of his impenitent remorse.
Its behavior is the best argument against granting trade or diplomatic concessions to an impenitent violator of human rights.
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