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impitoyable

[ am-pi-toi-ahb-luh, -ahb; French an-pee-twa-yab-luh ]
/ ˌæm pɪ tɔɪˈɑb lə, -ˈɑb; French ɛ̃ pi twaˈyab lə /
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noun
a type of large wine glass with a bowl shaped like a wide funnel to enhance the aromas.
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Origin of impitoyable

First recorded in 1810–20; from French: literally, “pitiless,” equivalent to im- + pitoyable “pitiful”; see origin at im-2, pitiable
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