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King James Dictionary
IMPLA'CABLE, a. L. implacabilis in and placabilis, from placo, to appease.
1. Not to be appeased that can not be pacified and rendered peaceable inexorable stubborn or constant in enmity as an implacable prince.
2. Not to be appeased or subdued as implacable anger implacable enmity, malice or revenge.
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