impenitent


im·pen·i·tent

adjective \-tənt\

Definition of IMPENITENT

:  not penitent
im·pen·i·tent·ly adverb

Examples of IMPENITENT

  1. <an impenitent criminal who said he'd do it all over again, given the chance>

Origin of IMPENITENT

Middle English, from Late Latin impaenitent-, impaenitens, from Latin in- + paenitent-, paenitens penitent
First Known Use: 15th century

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