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implacable
used in The Magic Mountain

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Definition
not capable of being placated (appeased)
  • But Herr Albin was implacable.
    3.8 - Herr Albin (65% in)
  • Herr Settembrini's attention was called to the implacable principle of aristocracy that lay behind the idea that shame can be inherited: the transference of major guilt to—democratically speaking—innocent offspring; the lifelong blemish attached to natural children, for example, including their lack of legal standing.
    7.4 - Mynheer Peeperkorn (Continued) (38% in)

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