Directly to word page Vague search(google)
Home > Unapologetic in a sentence

Unapologetic in a sentence

  up(1)  down(2)
Sentence count:27Posted:2017-03-16Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: apologyapologistapologiseapologizenapoleon bonapartenapoleonetiologyanthropologyMeaning: adj. unwilling to make or express an apology. 
Random good picture Not show
1) He is entirely unapologetic about the violence in his movies.
2) But Lowe is refreshingly, unfashionably unapologetic.
3) So did the government's unapologetic and violent demolition of slums.
4) Finding an affable, unapologetic citizen who believed this stuff was unnerving.
5) How has he stayed the informed and unapologetic left-wing course?
6) And he is unapologetic about that.
7) On industrial policy, he is an unapologetic interventionist.
8) Be open, honest[], and unapologetic – this is the approach pregnancy manuals advise women to take when informing their employers they are going to have a baby.
9) Ed Balls, his Treasury spokesman and a defiantly unapologetic veteran of the previous government, might not like all that.
10) The unapologetic wrapped fit creates a sporty look that is both casual and athletic.
11) You need to be firm, and unapologetic about guarding your time.
12) An unapologetic Russian-speaking enclave in independent Ukraine, it is bound to draw you in with its own brand of humour, warm Mediterranean air and tragic, yet glorious history.
13) President Obama's firm and unapologetic speech represents a willingness to shoulder the moral burden that war implies; in this, too, he follows in his predecessor's footsteps.
14) Asked about the residents, Mr. Luo was unapologetic. "Cities are always changing and developing, " he said.
15) Many women are unapologetic about their priorities, citing the age-old tradition in which men provided a home for their brides, even if that home came with a mother-in-law.
16) A hawkish Chinese strategist at the conference was unapologetic, growling that America was "taking the Chinese as the enemy".
17) It is this aspect of Kennedy's legacy that most interests Steel,( an unsentimental writer and an unapologetic liberal.
18) That is, a global preference for boy babies became overt and unapologetic.
19) Its nouveaux riches captivated the rest of China with their special brand of unapologetic consumption, whether they were buying Shanghai apartments, Shanxi coal mines or French wine.
20) Despite the anger, People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) supporters camped outside the terminal doors were unapologetic.
21) Her insistence that women should be women first and mothers second is refreshing: unapologetic and confident.
22) But what I mainly observed was somebody who was rigidly unapologetic.
23) The butler in his tail coat waiting at the entrance sets the scene for unapologetic luxury on an epicurean scale.
24) Mr. Obama ran to the left, but not on the kind of unapologetic liberal platform some in his party would have wanted.
25) What is illustrated by these photographs is as much the culture of shamelessness as the reigning admiration for unapologetic brutality.
26) I wonder whether it is, in fact, the west that finds it difficult to come to terms with Soviet history and the unapologetic way in which the Russian people are able to live with it.
27) Also, in a time when ingenues are rewarded for cuteness and a certain dewy sexlessness, Angelina projects the most modern of sexualities " carnivorous, omnivorous, and unapologetic."
More similar words: apologyapologistapologiseapologizenapoleon bonapartenapoleonetiologyanthropologymonopolistic competitionsnap offapogeeextrapolateecologytheologygeologybiologyideologylunaticphonologymonologueecologistanthologyholographetymologyneurologyaudiologyastrologybiologicalseismologydemonology
Total 27, 30 Per page  1/1 
Leave a comment
Welcome to leave a comment about this page!
Your name:
Latest commentsInto the comment page>>
More words