Noun : I beg your pardon, but which way is Spruce Street?. From Dictionary.com.
Verb (used with object) : Pardon me, madam. ,The governor will not pardon your crime. From Dictionary.com.
I had thought Ms. Greer was being unpardonably arrogant. From Wordnik.com. [London Theater Journal: Hitting Bottom - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com] Reference
I have unpardonably neglected to make the enquiry at the Fortune. From Wordnik.com. [Letter 109] Reference
I have strayed away, perhaps unpardonably, from George Cruikshank. From Wordnik.com. [The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 15, No. 87, January, 1865] Reference
I believe, for a woman, I am quite unpardonably clumsy and tactless. '. From Wordnik.com. [Peter and Jane or The Missing Heir] Reference
The whole cloth armor thing is unpardonably silly, so far as I'm concerned. From Wordnik.com. [Now we're all sons of bitches.] Reference
“Talking about relations, there is Jas.,” observed Mr. Campion unpardonably. From Wordnik.com. [More Work for the Undertaker]
There are few things that are so unpardonably neglected in our country as poker. From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2008-08-01] Reference
For a bit of human sentiment she was bungling the situation unpardonably, fatally. From Wordnik.com. [O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1920] Reference
This is a very interesting story, unpardonably misrepresented through simplification here. From Wordnik.com. [October 25th, A Medieval Date Which Will Live in Infamy.] Reference
I did not at the time realise it, I was unpardonably dense, but she took me for some one else. From Wordnik.com. [The Little Red Chimney Being the Love Story of a Candy Man] Reference
Why is it unpardonably ideological to be outraged by China's human-rights record and to wish to say so?. From Wordnik.com. [Fingers Crossed For China] Reference
“I know not that,” said Catherine, very gravely; “I fear we have been both unpardonably foolish.”. From Wordnik.com. [The Abbot] Reference
He was unpardonably late for luncheon, but that would not disturb him, surely not to such an extent as this!. From Wordnik.com. [One Day A sequel to 'Three Weeks'] Reference
And even when he pulled himself back to reality, he had ended up offending her by being unpardonably impertinent. From Wordnik.com. [Unforgiven]
I confess, though, "" C "went on frankly," I was unpardonably cross; not surly, that is out of my line, but cross. From Wordnik.com. [Wired Love A Romance of Dots and Dashes] Reference
He took the ground that my childish curiosity was unpardonably rude, and angrily forbade me to ask further questions. From Wordnik.com. [Madeline Payne, the Detective's Daughter] Reference
As soon as she was at leisure, Miss Archer, with the remark that they had made an unpardonably long call, arose to go. From Wordnik.com. [Wired Love A Romance of Dots and Dashes] Reference
If he dresses better, as he thinks, that is, more than they, he is a fop; if he dresses worse, he is unpardonably negligent. From Wordnik.com. [Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman] Reference
However, it is entirely obvious to even the half-informed individual that those rankings contain unpardonably grave mistakes. From Wordnik.com. [Pablo Triana: The "Precision" of B-School Rankings Can Claim Victims] Reference
I remember, however, that he was unpardonably grey even then; so he must have been just as grey-headed when he married her. From Wordnik.com. [A Raw Youth] Reference
Perhaps even more unpardonably, you have injured a man who owes you nothing, for he does not know you and is not related to you. From Wordnik.com. [The First Man in Rome]
He writes in the tradition of Fustel de Coulanges and Hannah Arendt (the latter whom I unpardonably failed to discuss in my text). From Wordnik.com. [Breaking the Code] Reference
Anna, in that first period of her emancipation and rapid return to health, felt herself unpardonably happy and full of the joy of life. From Wordnik.com. [Anna Karenina] Reference
She certainly did not propose to spend the entire night in playing nurse to anybody, especially after Bea had insulted her so unpardonably. From Wordnik.com. [Beatrice Leigh at College A Story for Girls] Reference
He looked unpardonably serene and happy sitting there. From Wordnik.com. [Beyond] Reference
But I grow warm, in addition to digressing unpardonably. From Wordnik.com. [No Man's Land] Reference
The outburst was striking, but certainly unpardonably ill-timed. From Wordnik.com. [Robert Elsmere] Reference
King Henry, was a cruelly-injured and unpardonably insulted man. From Wordnik.com. [Earl Hubert's Daughter The Polishing of the Pearl - A Tale of the 13th Century] Reference
He trusts not to be considered as unpardonably offending by laying out. From Wordnik.com. [House of the Seven Gables] Reference
This really frightened her, for she knew she had behaved unpardonably. From Wordnik.com. [Bird of Paradise] Reference
This is exactly the point where the leaders of labour are sinning unpardonably. From Wordnik.com. [Psychology and Social Sanity] Reference
Costumiers had ransacked their stock for discovery of garments not unpardonably inappropriate. From Wordnik.com. [The History of Sir Richard Calmady A Romance] Reference
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