Im*pla"ca*ble (?), a. [L. implacabilis; pref. im- not + placabilis: cf. F. implacable. See Placable.]

1.

Not placable; not to be appeased; incapable of being pacified; inexorable; as, an implacable prince.

I see thou art implacable. Milton.

An object of implacable enmity. Macaulay.

2.

Incapable of ebign relieved or assuaged; inextinguishable.

[R.]

O! how I burn with implacable fire. Spenser.

Which wrought them pain Implacable, and many a dolorous groan. Milton.

Syn. -- Unappeasable; inexorable; irreconcilable; unrelenting; relentless; unyielding.

 

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