Definitions For Implacability


IMPLACABILITY. (countable and uncountable, plural IMPLACABILITYs) The quality or state of being implacable.


French: implacabilité, f Irish: dobhogthacht, f, doshástacht, f Italian: implacabilità, f Manx: myskid, m, neuveeinid, m Norwegian: : Bokmål: uforsonlighet, m Polish: nieugiętość, f Russian: непримири́мость, f


From {{der, en, fro, -}}, from Latin implacabilitas ("unappeasable").

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The word Implacability is worth 24 points in Scrabble and 29 points in Words with Friends

Examples of Implacability in a Sentence

  • He has an implacable hatred for his political opponents.
  • An implacable judge who knew in his bones that the cover-up extended to the highest levels of government

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