un·apol·o·get·ic | \ˌən-ə-ˌpä-lə-ˈje-tik \

Definition of unapologetic 

: not apologetic : offered, put forward, or being such without apology or qualification an unapologetic liberal

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unapologetically \ˌən-ə-ˌpä-lə-ˈje-ti-k(ə-)lē \ adverb

Examples of unapologetic in a Sentence

She was unapologetic about her remarks.

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On Trump's voters Bourdain was an unapologetic liberal who had no problem criticizing conservatism and President Trump. Eugene Scott, Washington Post, "Anthony Bourdain used his platform to draw attention to the marginalized," 8 June 2018 In the 7th Congressional District, Tuesday will bring a runoff between Lizzie Fletcher, who is trying to appeal to the center, and Laura Moser, an unapologetic liberal. Chris Stirewalt, Fox News, "Georgia's disappointing Democrats," 22 May 2018 The comment cost him the endorsement of the National Association of Realtors, but Rohrabacher remains unapologetic. NBC News, "Rohrabacher faces reelection: California's most endangered Republican," 2 June 2018 The 14-bedroom and 27-bath compound was built in 1988 for producer Aaron Spelling and his wife Candy, and became infamous for its very unapologetic lavishness. Rachel Kashdan, ELLE Decor, "This LA Mansion Just Became The Most Expensive Home In America," 7 Oct. 2016 USA TODAY Sports MOSCOW — Croatia beat England and reached the World Cup final by being brash, bold and unapologetic — and the reaction of its players took the exact same approach. Martin Rogers, USA TODAY, "Croatia taunts England over World Cup exit," 12 July 2018 Combative and unapologetic, Pruitt spoke with the rapid-fire delivery of a trial lawyer when outlining his policy positions or addressing audiences. Washington Post, BostonGlobe.com, "Pruitt steps down as EPA head after ethics, management scandals," 6 July 2018 Levine also remains unapologetic about one of the most controversial confrontations in his four years as mayor. David Smiley, Alex Harris And Joey Flechas, miamiherald, "Levine is campaigning on climate change. But his sea-rise legacy is complicated. | Miami Herald," 24 May 2018 After the photos went viral, the unpopular governor was unapologetic. CBS News, "New Jersey avoids shutdown one year after Christie's infamous beach photos," 30 June 2018

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First Known Use of unapologetic

1834, in the meaning defined above

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English Language Learners Definition of unapologetic

: not feeling or showing regret or shame : not apologetic

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