• WordNet 3.6
    • adj unapologetic unwilling to make or express an apology "an unapologetic believer"
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In literature:

It was not only the unsparing unapologetic ugliness and the rigid straightness which overwhelmed her.
"Main Street" by Sinclair Lewis
It repelled, but Concepcion unapologetically led G.J.
"The Pretty Lady" by Arnold E. Bennett
Jenny was enigmatic, unapologetic, defiant.
"The Great Miss Driver" by Anthony Hope
He caught the high-chinned courage of her unapologetic loyalty, even to swinish blood, and gamely bolted his food with mock relish.
"The Code of the Mountains" by Charles Neville Buck

In news:

Rihanna's 'Unapologetic' is disturbing, personal pop.
I'm an unapologetically huge fan of the NBA.
Rihanna's ' Unapologetic ' is disturbing, personal pop.
Rihanna, performing last week in Mexico City, mines her personal life for the songs on her new CD, " Unapologetic .".
Critics call Rihanna's Unapologetic her best album ever.
Rihanna revealed her ' Unapologetic ' tracklisting, and it's 14-songs long (17 for the deluxe edition) and a few features.
Rihanna's ' Unapologetic ': What the Critics Are Saying.
Rihanna Set to Release $250 Deluxe Edition of ' Unapologetic .
For all you die hard fans of the "Diamonds" hit-maker, Rihanna has decided to release special limited editions of her new upcoming Unapologetic .
Rihanna's Album ' Unapologetic ' Makes Most of Her Talent.
'Pink slime' author unapologetic to industry, consumer concerns.
Digital Download of Rihanna's New Album ' Unapologetic .
Notable deaths in arts, A to M. Rihanna's Unapologetic works, in familiar ways.
Archive for " Unapologetic " Tag.
Listen to Snippets of Rihanna's ' Unapologetic .