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[in-ik-skyoo-zuh-buh l] /ˌɪn ɪkˈskyu zə bəl/
incapable of being excused or justified.
late Middle English
1375-1425; late Middle English < Latin inexcūsābilis; see in-3, excusable
Related forms
inexcusability, inexcusableness, noun
inexcusably, adverb
unpardonable, unforgivable, intolerable. Unabridged
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Examples for inexcusable
  • It is inexcusable that so many athletes do not graduate.
  • These pay-day style car dealerships are really inexcusable.
  • Perhaps this inexcusable failure will spur some action to improve their safety.
  • It is inexcusable that such a glaring error found its way past the scrutiny of your editors.
  • Many member of the public are raging at me for failing to point out what they see as an inexcusable case of scientific fraud.
  • One would think it inexcusable that public policy has exacerbated this trend.
  • My behavior was inexcusable and caused a great commotion.
  • So to say merely that the principles are used in chrome plating is inexcusable.
  • If confirmed, his actions are no excuse, and inexcusable.
  • Science to rush into publication is quite inexcusable.
British Dictionary definitions for inexcusable


not able to be excused or justified
Derived Forms
inexcusability, inexcusableness, noun
inexcusably, adverb
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