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[ UK /ˌɪnɛkstˈɪŋɡwɪʃəbə‍l/ ]
  1. difficult or impossible to extinguish
    an inextinguishable flame
    an inextinguishable faith
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How To Use inextinguishable In A Sentence

  • Step into Plunkett House, that hospitable headquarters of the Organization Society, and if you have been nurtured in legends about inextinguishable class and creed antipathies, which are supposed to render Home Rule impossible and the eternal "umpirage" of The Framework of Home Rule
  • It constitutes an artificial pleasure more than a natural need: this thirst is inextinguishable, because the drinks one takes to appease it have the unfailing effect of causing it to arise anew; this thirst, which ends up becoming habitual, makes for the drunkards of all countries; and it almost always happens that the impotation ceases only when the liquor is lacking, or when it has vanquished the drinker and put him out of action. Economies of Excess in Brillat-Savarin, Balzac, and Baudelaire
  • This incident occurred just after I had finished editing Fred Turner's article on the inextinguishable power of the traditional poem.
  • Zhang Ziyi is known in China as the little Gong Li, and her forte as an actress is the projection of an inextinguishable innocence.
  • The danger is real and immediate, and yet the allure of taking chances, of putting oneself at the mercy of the swirling forces of nature, is inextinguishable.
  • It's this inextinguishable but faint hope - where there's hope there's life?
  • But we can also view the persistence of the human element in war and the need on the part of combatants to take responsibility for their actions as an encouraging sign of an inextinguishable humanity.
  • No matter where you go in the US you only have to scratch the surface to find that inextinguishable spirit of dissent.
  • A central bank always imposes a tremendous burden on the nation for "rearmament" and "defense", in order to create inextinguishable debt, simultaneously creating a military dictatorship and enslaving the people to pay the "interest" on the debt which the bankers have artificially created. WHAT REALLY HAPPENED
  • You could argue that Coghlan goes to extreme lengths - the devastation of London - to demonstrate inextinguishable compassion.
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