Origin of implacable
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OTHER WORDS FROM implacableim·plac·a·bil·i·ty, im·plac·a·ble·ness, nounim·plac·a·bly, adverb
How to use implacable in a sentence
The Democratic Party has been implacably for the people—in this state, most of them white—who got insurance.
And right now, working-class and blue-collar whites think the Democratic Party is just implacably against them.
Imagine that the Democrats were standing implacably behind a position that had the backing of 29 percent of the people.
Either Moscow was implacably belligerent or shared the same rational interests as the United States.
The white South implacably opposed any federal action in aid of the freed slaves.
A despotic government hates implacably the freedom of the press.The Trial of Theodore Parker|Theodore Parker
"He will learn something about the Law," said he implacably.Under the Law|Edwina Stanton Babcock
His first act on reëntering the Senate was to deliver an implacably bitter speech against the President.Marse Henry (Vol. 1)|Henry Watterson
And he halted, leaning back implacably against the Yocum's iron fence.Ramsey Milholland|Booth Tarkington
Keith's youth was hateful to him now; it withheld pitilessly, implacably, the life that it was in its hands to give.The Divine Fire|May Sinclair