Definition of Implacably

1. adv. In an implacable manner.



Definition of Implacably

1. Adverb. In an implacable manner. ¹

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Definition of Implacably

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Implacably

impinguating
impinguation
impious
impiously
impiousness
impis
impish
impishly
impishness
impishnesses
impiteous
implacabilities
implacability
implacable
implacableness
implacably (current term)
implacental
implacentalia
implacentals
implant
implant denture
implant denture substructure
implantable
implantation
implantation cone
implantation cyst
implantation graft
implantations

Literary usage of Implacably

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1. Essential Principles of Teaching Reading and Literature in the Intermediate by Sterling Andrus Leonard (1922)
"We need to view with open eyes such pictures of human action and its results—the fate which punishes both mistakes and blind attempts at right as implacably ..."

2. The American Presbyterian Review by Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood (1869)
"Some few extreme Calvinists may have used phrases which, to an opponent, seemed to imply that God was " implacably wrathful," and that the believer must ..."

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