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Definition of "implacability" [im•pla•ca•bil•i•ty]

  • The quality or state of being implacable. (noun)

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Use "implacability" in a sentence
  • "And with that kind of implacability and with that kind of terror from a terrorist regime par excellence, it simply has to go."
  • "The snow was coming down with the implacability of an Old Testament plague."
  • "Straightening, he lost the stony implacability, but a grim light still crouched in the corners of his eyes."