Unforgiving vs. Unapologetic: What's the Difference?
Unforgiving and Unapologetic Definitions
Reluctant or refusing to forgive
An unforgiving creditor.
Unwilling to make or express an apology.
Not allowing for error or shortcomings, especially in being harsh
An unforgiving climate.
Not apologetic for having said or done something that causes actual or potential harm, especially when being apologetic would be appropriate.
Unwilling or unable to forgive or show mercy.
The electorate was in an unforgiving mood.
Unwilling to make or express an apology;
An unapologetic believer
Having no allowance for weakness.
The unforgiving Arctic climate makes short work of the unprepared.
Unwilling or unable to forgive or show mercy;
A surly unforgiving old woman
Not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty;
Russia's final hour, it seemed, approached with inexorable certainty
The stern demands of parenthood
Harsh and severe;
I hope I'm not being uncharitable but he really is a bore
Unjust and uncharitable criticism