Definition of inexcusably in English:

inexcusably

Translate inexcusably into Spanish

Pronunciation /ˈˌinikˈskyo͞ozəblē/ /ˈˌɪnɪkˈskjuzəbli/ /ˈˌinekˈskyo͞ozəblē/ /ˈˌɪnɛkˈskjuzəbli/

adverb

See inexcusable

as submodifier ‘he was inexcusably rude’
  • ‘She made to leave, unable to bring herself to care that she was being inexcusably rude, but was caught by Cian as she tried to pass.’
  • ‘I know this letter is inexcusably short, but I just got back home from summer school and I am so tired right now.’
  • ‘Still, while the pacifist position is inexcusably naive, at least it is internally consistent.’
  • ‘Taking another shopping bag every time we make a purchase is wasteful, inexcusably wasteful.’
  • ‘Not surprisingly, Mr Egleton resisted the application on the ground that it was inexcusably late.’

Pronunciation

inexcusably

/ˈˌinikˈskyo͞ozəblē/ /ˈˌɪnɪkˈskjuzəbli/ /ˈˌinekˈskyo͞ozəblē/ /ˈˌɪnɛkˈskjuzəbli/