unwilling to make or express an apology
"an unapologetic believer"
Not apologetic, especially when being apologetic would be appropriate.
The numerical value of unapologetic in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of unapologetic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
That very aggressive, unapologetic leadership style is needed in Washington, D.C., and I'm not afraid to tackle big issues.
It's better to have unapologetic honest truth than apologetic deceitful lies, any time and anywhere in the world, in my view.
What a voice Phil has to speak out for the love of Jesus, what a joyful, cheerful, unapologetic voice of truth Phil Robertson is.
People in my district are genuinely scared -- scared that they are going to lose their health care, scared that their mom or dad might be deported, we have transgender children who are scared now about who they are and questioning that. Democrats in general, now, it's time for us not only to present alternatives, but be unequivocal and unapologetic about who we are. If we don't do that now, when? This is a moment that will define us as a party and we need to fight.
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- sin complejosSpanish
- anteeksipyytelemätön, unapologeticFinnish
- impénitent, unapologeticFrench
- sem remorsoPortuguese
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