Definition of inexpiably in English:



See inexpiable

‘The bringers of Tuesday's terror were morally ‘barbaric’, inexpiably so, but they brought a demented sophistication to their work.’
  • ‘We are pitted against each other, condemned to inflicting the greatest possible pain on each other, inexpiably.’
  • ‘Not having done inexpiably wrong in deeds and actions, we are properly faithful to the objects of faith.’
  • ‘We sin - and for us inexpiably- against our own souls. How much less, then, can we atone to our injured, neglected, sin-stung God?’



/inˈekspēəblē/ /ɪnˈɛkspiəbli/