But he had soldiered on, bound by loyalty to Hillary and an implacable sense of duty.
Abandoned its implacable opposition to the International Red Cross.
And so DeMint, an implacable foe of Obamacare, will now get paid to run the organization that helped incubate Obamacare.
Within a sentence, Funes and his implacable memory are dead, as is God.
Norm is a symbol of implacable corporate power—preening, surgically perfected, casually domineering.
He has a will of iron, dauntless resolution, and an implacable temper.
Else, could I hear the perpetual revilings of her implacable family?
“implacable fate does not tire to persecute me,” he replied.
It was Karl Yundt who was heard, implacable to his last breath.
These are just as bitter, venomous, and implacable to-day as on the day when Gen. Grant's term of office expired.
unable to be appeased; irreconcilable
Latin im- + placare 'to appease'