What are the meaning, origin and usage of word ‘Implacable’?

(Pronounced: im pla ca·ble)

Meaning: An adjective, implacable means not placable, that is not capable of being appeased, easily calmed or pacified.

Origin: The word is derived from the Latin word implacabilis which means unappeasable or irreconcilable. The word was first used in the 15th century.

Usage: For King Edward, the new friendship between the reigning powers of the neighbouring kingdoms loomed as an implacable threat to his crown.

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