implacable

[ im-plak-uh-buhl, -pley-kuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF implacable
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Peaceable Ambrose would have remonstrated, but Stephen was implacable.

Else, could I hear the perpetual revilings of her implacable family?

In a soliloquy he declares himself the implacable enemy of Cuzco and the Inca.

It was Karl Yundt who was heard, implacable to his last breath.

The sky was hard, implacable, without a star, but all the same translucid.

He constituted himself one of the most implacable enemies of Fantômas.

I have noticed an implacable thought in her eyes since the other evening.

There was no link wanting; the chain of heredity, logical and implacable, was unbroken.

All at once he could bear this implacable sphinx-gaze no longer.

Her eyes met his with a glance which had in it an implacable frankness.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Old French implacable, from Latin implacabilis "unappeasable," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + placabilis "easily appeased" (see placate). Related: Implacably.

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