- incapable of being extirpated: inextirpable disease.
Origin of inextirpable
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The more you cut off the branches which imprudently appear, the more powerful and inextirpable become the roots below.Islam Her Moral And Spiritual Value
Arthur Glyn Leonard
- not able to be extirpated; ineradicable
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