inexpiable[in eks′pē ə bəl]
inexpiable definition by Webster's New World
- that cannot be expiated or atoned for: an inexpiable sin
- Archaic that cannot be appeased; implacable
Origin: Classical Latin inexpiabilis
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- inexpiably adverb
inexpiable definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Impossible to expiate or atone for: inexpiable crimes.
- Obsolete Implacable.
- in·exˈpi·a·bly adverb