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unappeasable

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Pronunciation: /ʌnəˈpiːzəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of unappeasable in English:

adjective

Not able to be pacified, placated, or satisfied: divine, unappeasable justice what began as an aspiration turned soon to an unappeasable hunger
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  • Today's enemy, however, is not a philosophy that condemned millions, but an implacable, unappeasable, pitiless fanaticism that exists on the very fringes of humanity.
  • As we saw in the Oresteia, the legal system also arises not to put an end to violence, but to satisfy man's seemingly unappeasable desire for violence and to disguise it as knowledge or justice.
  • It appeared some part of him was compiling a case where the facts had to sway just one man, Rebus Bantam, his own harsh judge and unappeasable jury.

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