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Antonyms for inextinguishable

difficult or impossible to extinguish

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Heaven seemed to be reflected in his eyes, and the inextinguishable fervor of charity which glowed in his heart appeared to shine from them.
Inextinguishable laughter arose among the blessed gods, when they saw Hephaestus bustling about the mansion.
And yet the love that will be annihilated sooner than treacherous has already made death impossible, and affirms itself no mortal but a native of the deeps of absolute and inextinguishable being.
Too fearless herself to have hesitated an instant on her own account about crossing the dark abyss, into which she now sat looking with longing eyes, her busy imagination, in obedience to this inextinguishable sentiment, began to conjure nameless evils on account of her son.
'That night, in the silence and desolation of his miserable room, the wretched man knelt down by the dead body of his wife, and called on God to witness a terrible oath, that from that hour, he devoted himself to revenge her death and that of his child; that thenceforth to the last moment of his life, his whole energies should be directed to this one object; that his revenge should be protracted and terrible; that his hatred should be undying and inextinguishable; and should hunt its object through the world.
Sounder fierie Cope together rush'd Both Battels maine, with ruinous assault And inextinguishable rage; all Heav'n Resounded, and had Earth bin then, all Earth Had to her Center shook.
There was nothing but felicitations, pressures of the hand, and embraces; there was no end to the inextinguishable laughter at the Rochellais.
"The fire is out, but one flame grew stronger: in my heart, the blaze of bouncing back and carrying on is inextinguishable."
So Circe sets forth her tale, a vivid, mesmerising epic of family rivalry, love and loss -- the defiant, inextinguishable song of woman burning hot and bright through the darkness of a man's world.
I believe it is inextinguishable, though of course it can be extinguished in a certain place for a certain time.
A deeply moving tribute to a man dedicated to keeping human dignity alive amid some of the greatest depravity the world has ever known, Filkins's abundantly researched, honest book reveals Adler as a wounded, flawed human being but also as a man gifted with inner strength, endurance, and the burning desire to take what he was given and make of his life an inextinguishable light for a world bound by darkness.
The Temple of Fire Ateshgah is located 30 kilometers from the Baku center, on the southeastern outskirts of the Surakhani settlement of the Absheron Peninsula.The current Ateshgah was built in the 17-18 centuries on the site of "eternal", inextinguishable fires - burning natural gas outlets.It was built by a Hindu community living in Baku, mostmembers of which came from North India and belonged to the Sikh caste.
As Advent approaches, this is the story I will take with me in my preparation for Christmas, a reminder of the abiding and inextinguishable light of God in the midst of seemingly endless darkness.
They'd each gloriously drool and salivate given the chance to impart what they love, with an inextinguishable fire in the eyes, never having to hard-sell or argue for the unmistakable power of words, stories and poetry.