Meaning of unforgivably in English:

unforgivably

Pronunciation /ˌʌnfəˈɡɪvəbli/

Translate unforgivably into Spanish

adverb

See unforgivable

‘The compère was inexperienced, the DJ unforgivably took it upon himself to heckle the support acts and the sparse audience was less than receptive.’
  • ‘You bet we can - but not in the 7-10 days I figured it would take, and not without pushing our troops unforgivably and needlessly hard.’
  • ‘Still more delectable are the landscapes of Simon Bening, especially his delicate miniatures of the months of the year, not all of which, unforgivably, are reproduced in the catalogue.’
  • ‘One-sided sketches of globalization that celebrate its prosperity unforgivably trivialize the poverty and hardship of the vast majority of the world's people.’
  • ‘You have very gravely sullied her name and unforgivably insulted her, by implying that she only won the scholarship because of who her father is.’