Inextinguishably - definition of inextinguishably by The Free Dictionary
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Difficult or impossible to extinguish: an inextinguishable flame; an inextinguishable faith.
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References in classic literature
On the expiration of the half-hour Noel Vanstone presented himself at North Shingles, with the ardor of a lover burning inextinguishably
in his bosom, through the superincumbent mental fog of a thoroughly bewildered man.
Newsrooms in their heyday were bundles of contradiction: palaces of power and temples of tomfoolery, swaggering with certitude yet endearingly insecure, cynical but inextinguishably
Admiring, they love; loving they admire, so that love might burn inextinguishably
through admiration and admiration be sweetly fervent with love" (my translation).