implacably


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im·plac·a·ble

 (ĭm-plăk′ə-bəl, -plā′kə-)
adj.
Impossible to placate or appease: implacable foes; implacable suspicion.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin implācābilis : in-, not; see in-1 + plācābilis, placable; see placable.]

im·plac′a·bil′i·ty n.
im·plac′a·bly adv.
Translations
بصورةٍ مُتَصَلِّبَه
neúprosně
ósættanlega
neúprosne
amansızcamerhametsizce

implacably

[ɪmˈplækəblɪ] ADVimplacablemente

implacably

[ɪmˈplækəbli] adv
to be implacably opposed to sth → manifester une implacable opposition à qch

implacably

advunerbittlich; he was implacably opposed to capital punishmenter war ein unerbittlicher Gegner der Todesstrafe

implacably

[ɪmˈplækəblɪ] advimplacabilmente

implacable

(imˈplӕkəbl) adjective
not able to be satisfied or won over. an implacable enemy.
imˈplacably adverb
References in classic literature ?
"As to thee," pursued madame, implacably, addressing her husband, "if it depended on thee--which, happily, it does not--thou wouldst rescue this man even now."
I knew it capable of betraying the generous ardour of youth as implacably as, indifferent to evil and good, it would have betrayed the basest greed or the noblest heroism.
be- lieving the bride's life in danger, and had flung the noble out into the midst of the humble and trembling wedding guests, in the parlor, and left him there aston- ished at this strange treatment, and implacably embit- tered against both bride and groom.
"No, not now," she said implacably. "Perhaps if I had let her go it might have done .
Chadband folds her arms and looks implacably at Mr.
"The hussy!" she hissed, once and implacably. Jones had stopped at the sound, but went on immediately.
Their motion states: "We are fully committed to the support, defence and celebration of the Jewish community and implacably opposed to anti-Jewish racism and racism in any form.
A Labour spokeswoman said: "The party is implacably opposed to anti-Semitism."
A party spokeswoman said: "Labour is fully committed to the support, defence and celebration of the Jewish community and is implacably opposed to anti-Semitism in any form.
He said: "I am implacably opposed to a re-run of the EU referendum." Mr Paterson's fellow Shropshire MPs have all taken the same view.
Mr Gething wrote on Twitter: "Being implacably opposed to anti-Semitism is incompatible with offering solidarity to Chris Williamson - he has repeated form on anti-Semitism and is part of the problem."
The SNP leadership, meanwhile, are implacably for remaining in the EU - which is admirable given the number of their supporters who were for Brexit, but understandable given that continuing in Europe is the party's mainplank for independence.