inexcusably

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What have I to hope for from you when you treat a stranger so inexcusably?

His nature, considering what a wife he has got, is inexcusably meek and patient.

It would be inexcusably foolish on my part to speak too plainly, just yet.

He had all the air of one who has been grossly and inexcusably deceived.

This afternoon you grossly and inexcusably insulted my daughter.

I have inexcusably forgotten to speak of my father's personal appearance.

Did he want to make her feel how inexcusably she had forgotten what was due to herself?

At the time I thought him inexcusably and brutally unkind to me.

"I am inexcusably awkward," he avowed with engaging contriteness.

The simplest demands of a truly scientific mind are slighted so inexcusably.

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