Unpardonable

Antonyms of UNPARDONABLE

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  1. But it was gone- gone for ever; my crime burst on me in all its magnitude; I felt that I had been guilty of a grievous and unpardonable sin, and had ruined the one I loved as well as myself. "The Pacha of Many Tales" by Captain Frederick Marryat
  2. " Captain Irwin," replied the Major, advancing towards him, " I, as the senior, tell you, in the name of our comrades, that your behaviour would have been unpardonable unless a sort of madness had seized you. "The Coming Conquest of England" by August Niemann
  3. Louis was the least interesting of the family, and it is difficult to excuse his absence from France in 1815. After all, the present of a kingdom is not such an unpardonable offence as to separate brothers for ever, and Napoleon seems to have felt deeply the way in which he was treated by a brother to whom he had acted as a father; still ill- health and the natural selfishness of invalids may account for much. "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte" by Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton

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