Meaning of INEXORABLE in English

(ˈ)i|neks(ə)rəbəl, əˈn- also -negz(- sometimes |inig|zōr- or |i(ˌ)neg|zōr- or -|zȯr- adjective

Etymology: Latin inexorabilis, from in- in- (I) + exorabilis exorable, from exorare to prevail upon, persuade (from ex- ex- (I) + orare to speak, plead, pray) + -abilis -able — more at oration

: not to be persuaded or moved by entreaty or prayer : unyielding , inflexible , relentless

inexorable doom

inexorable logic

inexorable necessity

inexorable opponent

• in·ex·o·ra·ble·ness -nə̇s noun -es

• in·ex·o·ra·bly -blē, -bli adverb

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