1. not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty
    grim necessity
    grim determination
    relentless persecution
    Russia's final hour, it seemed, approached with inexorable certainty
    the stern demands of parenthood
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How To Use unappeasable In A Sentence

  • He confronts existing individuals with the unappeasable responsibility which requires that an arch-decision be made: the decision to exist as a singularity in time.
  • I still see him around and sometimes feed his unappeasable appetite for attention with a few minutes of reckless poke-you-in-the-eye style tag.
  • Since Beloved's unappeasable appetite for sugar makes her far from a sweet girl, it demonstrates precisely how the excessive and parodic character of the hysteric's symptoms function as counterhegemonic form of mimicry.
  • Our craving for justice is itself one way of negotiating our desire for the other: like Beloved's, however, this desire is bottomless, unappeased, and unappeasable.
  • 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.
  • The genius he displayed was of a scientific order, his talent was of an investigatory habit, and his curiosity was unappeasable.
  • New questions go begging for new answers, become unappeasable in the face of old answers, and the system doesn't explode, it implodes.
  • In lived experience, unappeasable misery, as Calle's project itself demonstrates, is almost by definition unanticipated.
  • 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.
  • Taking off from this and other allusions in Trakl's writings, as well as from photographs, Louis-Combet associates the two siblings' unappeasable, guilt-ridden passion with the very core of the poet's creativity.
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