One of the prominent characteristics of an impenitent heart is a disposition to feed upon the faults of professors of religion.
I avow myself an impenitent Shakesperian in this respect also.
Her prayers were perfumed with sighs, and cries, and tears for the impenitent.
This was the first prayer I had offered for years; for I had been an impenitent woman.
It is said, “His words fell like balls of fire, on the careless, and impenitent multitudes.”
Justice, however, remained to be done on the hardened and impenitent.
The impenitent dropped in to these meetings more frequently than was their wont.
For the scourge would fall destructively on the impenitent alone.
It therefore followed (since he was extremely logical) that his parent must be looked upon simply as an erring and impenitent man.
He was impenitent, violent, and half-dead with fear by the day of execution.