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Webster's Dictionary 1828

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INEXCU'SABLE, adjective s as z. [Latin inexcusabilis; in and excusabilis, excuso. See Excuse.] Not to be excused or justified; as inexcusable folly.

First Occurrence in the Bible(KJV): Romans 2:1