inexorable


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Synonyms for inexorable

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Synonyms for inexorable

not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty

impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason

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This is a ruinously large number, from a profit-making point of view; but the inexorable fact is that in a telephone system nothing is insignificant.
Crimsworth as my brother--he was a hard, grinding master; he wished to be an inexorable tyrant: that was all).
I was fairly driven to despair; nothing but the utter ruin of my 'face divine', as the poets call it, would, I perceived, satisfy the inexorable Mehevi and his chiefs, or rather, that infernal Karky, for he was at the bottom of it all.
He was inexorable, and she sat still, and d'Urberville gave her the kiss of mastery.
His wife's attitude was unchanged, her face inexorable, and he was seized with the despairing sense of his helplessness.
Such verbal generosities were in fact only a humbugging disguise of the inexorable conventions that tied things together and bound people down to the old pattern.
Nichols, inexorable as fate and remorseless as conscience, would presently rejoin him.
That inexorable, eternal, distant, and unknown the presence of which he had felt continually all his life- was now near to him and, by the strange lightness he experienced, almost comprehensible and palpable.
People spoke of him as once strong and vigorous, but I recall him fragile and pale, gentle, patient, knowing his inexorable doom, and not hoping or seeking to escape it.
You were quite late upon the lawn," said the inexorable Clara.
I bowed to him with that inexorable politeness which I first learned under the instructive fist of Gentleman Jones, and which no force of adverse circumstances has ever availed to mitigate in after life.
Once more," commanded the inexorable investigator, and once more came--a trifle tremulously--the name of the dead man:
We do not know the inexorable law underlying coincidences.
No motive of yours, Valeria, no love and hope of yours, can alter the inexorable facts.
Death, that inexorable judge, had passed sentence on him, and refused to grant him a reprieve, though two doctors who arrived, and were fee'd at one and the same instant, were his counsel.