inexcusable

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Is it not inexcusable to give such an example to a daughter?

Those women are inexcusable who forget what is due to themselves, and the opinion of the world.

While I think of it in this light, I should be inexcusable to be the latter.

All these causes of bad butter are inexcusable, and can easily be avoided.

She knew how unwarrantable, how inexcusable a thing she had done.

Do you think that there is anything so very unnatural or inexcusable in their case?

First that infantile, inexcusable business of the shutters, and now this!

He had been clumsy, if nothing else, and he had always thought that clumsiness was inexcusable.

I admit my behaviour was inexcusable, but then my temperature was seldom normal in these days.

Either he was truly the predicted Messiah or he made an inexcusable error.

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