unmitigable


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unmitigable

(ʌnˈmɪtɪɡəbəl)
adj
not susceptible to mitigation
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Adj.1.unmitigable - incapable of being mitigatedunmitigable - incapable of being mitigated; "stern and unmitigable accusations"
implacable - incapable of being placated; "an implacable enemy"
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Boxer wrote a letter blasting Norton's decision: "Regardless of the standard that you chose to apply to the proposed mine," they wrote, "the unmitigable environmental and cultural impacts require denial.