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Example sentences for "implacably"

Lexicographically close words:
impish; impishly; impius; implacability; implacable; implacental; implant; implantation; implanted; implanting
  1. To begin with, we must not feel ashamed to begin implacably with the actual man just as he is, and with the wants and the motives that he actually has.

  2. Incompetent employers and incompetent labourers are already being turned out, and are bound to be turned out implacably more and more, by the competitive nature of modern business.

  3. She and her friends, therefore, were implacably hostile to him.

  4. After that event, Christianity was slowly, steadily, implacably stamped out of visible existence.

  5. The system of secrecy, implacably enforced, helps to maintain the vague awe that has always attached to the idea of administrative authority; and such authority is practically omnipotent within those limits which I have already indicated.

  6. Hence we must seek elsewhere the cause of the judicial murder of the count which was so implacably carried out.

  7. An electric shock ran through the audience on hearing the ironical question so coldly asked by the hunter, whose eye, implacably fixed on the general, seemed to flash fire.

  8. He moved close to her and glared down implacably into her unwavering eyes.

  9. The great corporate interests of the country, including the liquor interests, which were the dominating force in politics, were implacably opposed to woman suffrage and the women had no material influence to counteract them.

  10. It was the thought of that first too fragile happiness which slowly but implacably merged into discontent, still hidden and tacit, but none the less evident.

  11. But Louis devilishly and implacably planning his rival cousin's ruin, sowed dissension between the confederated cities and their lately acknowledged suzerain the duchess of Savoy.

  12. The saddle hangs on Tara's walls down below in the stable, and the machine is at Bliss's grimly pursuing its appointed mission, slowly and implacably rotting away another man's chances for salvation.

  13. Against racial pride or race-antagonism the Church must set its face implacably as rebellion against God.

  14. Never could the son of Atreus have stirred the soul within my breast, nor led off the damsel implacably against my will, had not Zeus willed that on many of the Achaians death should come.

  15. Metal alone could not long have barred that voracious and implacably relentless enemy, but against that lethal green emanation even that ravening Jovian jungle could not prevail, but fell back, impotent.

  16. In the South Polar country of Jupiter, there dwells a race of beings implacably hostile to the hexans.

  17. He went at this love-making of his as he went at all his affairs--implacably bold and ruthlessly sweeping aside whoever or whatever came into his way.

  18. If still implacably vindictive, would she have continued the advertisement, which so powerfully tempted him to reveal himself?

  19. The further we descended the river the more implacably savage we found the blacks.

  20. Even Lady Wychcote agreed that Bellamy should wire to London for a man-nurse; but she held out implacably against all idea of committing Cecil against his will to a sanatorium.

  21. In the meantime a sentiment against abolitionism had grown up at the North which was implacably intolerant of opinion.

  22. Whatever policies an English government may favor, there is always behind that government, as its master, the sentiment of the British people, and that sentiment was at that time unalterably and implacably hostile to human slavery.

  23. It set the history of the formation of the Union against the history of the Union itself as implacably antagonistic historical arguments in behalf of conflicting contentions.

  24. Just for that, you can give the fĂȘte a two-inch free ad in The Household Magazine," Constance implacably replied.

  25. He sought to forget, to avoid seeing Therese, and yet she always seemed to be there, implacably extending her arms.

  26. And he saw the weeks, months and years gloomily and implacably awaiting him, coming one after the other to fall upon him and gradually smother him.

  27. John Kane permitted to the salutation the full time due to it, in the manner of one who counts a semibreve rest, while the cart moved implacably onwards.

  28. Much as they detested Ferdinand, they hated still more implacably the King and Queen, and the Queen's infamous paramour, Godoy.

  29. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "implacably" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    firmly; grimly; rigidly; rigorously