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Usage Examples for IMPLACABLE

  1. Lady Inskip also had been very snappish with her- even rude, she thought, and though Lizzie, with all her gentleness, was not " one to be put upon with impunity," and could have held her own against the campaigner at any other time: still to- day she had quite lost her natural spirit, and did not try to turn aside a single shaft of the many hurled by her implacable foe. - "Caught in a Trap" by John C. Hutcheson
  2. The nine Mohawk chiefs, fierce and implacable, sat close together, and long before the appeals of England and France were begun Robert knew how they would vote. - "The Hunters of the Hills" by Joseph Altsheler