not to be appeased, mollified, or pacified; inexorable: an implacable enemy.
- im·plac·a·bil·i·ty, im·plac·a·ble·ness, noun
- im·plac·a·bly, adverb
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How to use implacable in a sentence
Craven fear, not without some dim sense of the implacability of nature's laws, is at its roots.The Myths of the North American Indians | Lewis Spence
Yet Dunstan's first interview with his father had not had all this quality of implacability.Under the Law | Edwina Stanton Babcock
His power is incalculable and his implacability is absolute.Destiny | Charles Neville Buck
This man had sinned against this daughter; here he was brought up against an implacability.The Fifth Queen | Ford Madox Ford
Nothing was gained except the putting on record an implacability that was confessedly impotent.
British Dictionary definitions for implacable
incapable of being placated or pacified; unappeasable
- implacability or implacableness, noun
- implacably, adverb
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