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inexorable (adjective), more inexorable, most inexorable
1. Descriptive of something that is impossible to stop or to prevent: When people get older, it is inexorable or inevitable that they will not have the same energy and capabilities as they did when they were younger.
2. A reference to a person who is adamant and pitiless; unyielding: Mildred was someone who was quite stubborn and inexorable, and not moved by anyone's attempts to plead or have her change her mind.
A reference to being unable to stop.
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