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inexpiable

[ in-eks-pee-uh-buhl ]
/ ɪnˈɛks pi ə bəl /
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adjective
not to be expiated; not allowing for expiation or atonement: an inexpiable crime.
Obsolete. implacable: inexpiable hate.
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Origin of inexpiable

From the Latin word inexpiābilis, dating back to 1560–70. See in-3, expiable

OTHER WORDS FROM inexpiable

in·ex·pi·a·ble·ness, nounin·ex·pi·a·bly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for inexpiable

inexpiable
/ (ɪnˈɛkspɪəbəl) /

adjective
incapable of being expiated; unpardonable
archaic implacable

Derived forms of inexpiable

inexpiableness, nouninexpiably, adverb
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