Unextinguishable

Un`ex`tin´guish`a`ble


a.1.Inextinguishable.
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Th' ascent is easie then; Th' event is fear'd; should we again provoke Our stronger, some worse way his wrath may find To our destruction: if there be in Hell Fear to be worse destroy'd: what can be worse Then to dwell here, driv'n out from bliss, condemn'd In this abhorred deep to utter woe; Where pain of unextinguishable fire Must exercise us without hope of end The Vassals of his anger, when the Scourge Inexorably, and the torturing houre Calls us to Penance?
The wastes of his weary brain were haunted by shadowy images now--images of wealth and fame revolving obsequiously round his unextinguishable gift of noble and lofty expression.
The most you can hope from it is some knowledge of yourself--that comes too late--a crop of unextinguishable regrets.
But with every word spoken the room was growing darker, and only her forehead, smooth and white, re- mained illumined by the unextinguishable light of belief and love.
Fresh women appeared in the harems of the Elders -- women who pined and wept, and bore upon their faces the traces of an unextinguishable horror.
The most you can hope from it is some knowledge of you comes too late--a crop of unextinguishable regrets" (Conrad 1928l, 150).
Percival argues vehemently against it: "I scarcely know an idea more dangerous to domestic happiness than this belief in the unextinguishable nature of a first flame .
Such a prestigious role will ensure an unextinguishable source of big-race potential for Lemaire, who makes a point of prioritising quality over quantity.
Indeed, although Guy was a gentle, accommodating soul, someone whose unextinguishable curiosity generally left him amused rather than indignant at the spectacle of human foibles, he made an exception for the arid, the pedantic, the politically correct, in short, for the academic-the one term, so far as we can recall, that was for him invariably a term of diminishment, a term of contempt.
Spoke with the unextinguishable ones, only to me you said: nothing, I was only fourteen.