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unreconstructed

adjective un·re·con·struct·ed \ˌən-ˌrē-kən-ˈstrək-təd\

—used to describe someone who has strongly held opinions and beliefs that have not changed even though they have been criticized or have become unpopular

Full Definition of UNRECONSTRUCTED

:  not reconciled to some political, economic, or social change <an unreconstructed rebel>; also :  holding stubbornly to a particular belief, view, place, or style <an unreconstructed hard-liner>

First Known Use of UNRECONSTRUCTED

1867

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