Unregenerately

unregenerate

[uhn-ri-jen-er-it]
adjective Also, unregenerated [uhn-ri-jen-uh-rey-tid] .
1.
not regenerate; not renewed in heart and mind or reborn in spirit; unrepentant: an unregenerate sinner.
2.
refusing to believe in the existence of God: an unregenerate atheist; an unregenerate skeptic.
3.
unconvinced by or unconverted to a particular religion, sect, or movement; unreconstructed.
4.
persisting in the holding of prior convictions; opposing new ideas, causes, etc.; stubborn; obstinate: an unregenerate reactionary.
5.
not reformed; wicked; sinful; profligate; dissolute: an unregenerate way of life.
noun
6.
an unregenerate person.

Origin:
1605–15; un-1 + regenerate

unregeneracy [uhn-ri-jen-er-uh-see] , noun
unregenerately, adverb
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unregenerate (ˌʌnrɪˈdʒɛnərɪt)
 
adj
1.  unrepentant; unreformed
2.  obstinately adhering to one's own views
 
n
3.  an unregenerate person
 
unre'generacy
 
n
 
unre'generately
 
adv

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unregenerate
1612, from un- (1) "not" + regenerate (see regeneration).
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