And right now, working-class and blue-collar whites think the Democratic Party is just implacably against them.
The Democratic Party has been implacably for the people—in this state, most of them white—who got insurance.
Either Moscow was implacably belligerent or shared the same rational interests as the United States.
We all know how loudly and implacably this claim is put forward at school.
His voice was quiet as he murmured, softly, implacably, before he was gone.
implacably, the big guard brought up his Tommy-gun and let it rattle.
Those monsters would have haunted him as implacably as ever.
He sought to forget, to avoid seeing Therese, and yet she always seemed to be there, implacably extending her arms.
"Then give me your wallet," she said, implacably, bending over him.
To the king in league with privilege he was implacably opposed.
unable to be appeased; irreconcilable
Latin im- + placare 'to appease'