Definition of "inextinguishable" [in•ex•tin•guish•a•ble]
Difficult or impossible to extinguish: an inextinguishable flame; an inextinguishable faith. (adjective)
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Use "inextinguishable" in a sentence
"We leave that to the lesser creatures, who spend their courtship loudly protesting how unutterable, immeasurable, and inextinguishable is their love, as though, forsooth, each dreaded lest the other deem it a bad bargain."
"Here is an irregular row of beacon fires, once all luminous as suns; and with a certain inextinguishable erubescence still, in the abysses of the dead deep Night."
"The laughter that followed this sally was of the sort which in poetic phraseology is called inextinguishable; and one of the wedding guests who heard the joke and the laughter, assures this writer that the storm of mirthful applause was chiefly due to the delicacy and sweetness of the intonations by which the speaker's facile voice, with its old and once familiar art, made the audience realize the charms of youth, beauty and innocence -- charms which, so far as the lawyer's wrinkled visage was concerned, were conspicuous by their absence."