Definition of Inexcusable

1. Adjective. Without excuse or justification.




2. Adjective. Not excusable.
Exact synonyms: Unforgivable
Similar to: Unpardonable

Definition of Inexcusable

1. a. Not excusable; not admitting excuse or justification; as, inexcusable folly.

Definition of Inexcusable

1. Adjective. not excusable ¹

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Definition of Inexcusable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inexcusable

inevitable
inevitable abortion
inevitable accident
inevitableness
inevitables
inevitably
inexact
inexactitude
inexactitudes
inexactly
inexactness
inexactnesses
inexcitability
inexcitable
inexcogitable
inexcusable (current term)
inexcusableness
inexcusably
inexcuseable
inexecrable
inexecutable
inexecution
inexertion
inexertions
inexhalable
inexhausted
inexhaustedly
inexhaustibility
inexhaustible
inexhaustibleness

Literary usage of Inexcusable

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1. Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans: with remarks on the commentaries of by Robert Haldane (1874)
"... cannot be said that when God thus externally calls persons on whom it is not His purpose to bestow grace, His object is only to render them inexcusable. ..."

2. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1904)
"Laches Is inexcusable delay In asserting a right, and is an equitable defense, controlled by equitable considerations. To be a bar. the lapse of time must ..."

3. The Works of George Fox by George Fox (1831)
"P. He saith, ' The light, or law, as he calls it, will convince a man of sin, and there leave him inexcusable before God.' ' A. Christ is the end of the law ..."

4. The History of the Popes: From the Close of the Middle Ages. Drawn from the by Ludwig Pastor (1906)
"... to cause a Schism in the Church.t The conduct of the Cardinals is absolutely inexcusable.J They constituted themselves at once accusers, witnesses, ..."

5. The Writings of George Washington: Being His Correspondence, Addresses by George Washington (1847)
"... deemed myself as inexcusable in further controverting the will of Congress, as I should have been, had I remained silent when I thought my voice might ..."

6. Diary of the American Revolution: From Newspapers and Original Documents by Frank Moore (1860)
"Those who continue deaf to such benevolence, and thereby prolong the present destructive and unnatural rebellion, will be utterly inexcusable in the sight ..."

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