inexpiable
I adjective base, blameworthy, censurable, condemnable, disgraceful, evil, facinorous, flagitious, heinous, indefensible, inexcusable, inexplicabilis, infamous, nefarious, reprehensible, scandalous, shameful, unallowable, unatonable, unforgivable, unjustifiable, unpardonable, unreasonable, vicious, villainous, virtueless, wicked, without defense, without excuse II index implacable, indefensible, inexcusable, irreconcilable, irremediable, peccant (culpable), reprehensible

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  • inexpiable — [ inɛkspjabl ] adj. • v. 1500; lat. inexpiabilis 1 ♦ Qui ne peut être expié. Crime, faute, forfait inexpiable. 2 ♦ Littér. Que rien ne peut apaiser, faire cesser. Lutte inexpiable, sans merci. ⇒ impitoyable, implacable. « engagés dans des… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Inexpiable — In*ex pi*a*ble, a. [L. inexpiabilis: cf. F. inexpiable. See {In } not, and {Expiable}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Admitting of no expiation, atonement, or satisfaction; as, an inexpiable crime or offense. Pomfret. [1913 Webster] 2. Incapable of being… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • inexpiable — [in eks′pē ə bəl] adj. [L inexpiabilis] 1. that cannot be expiated or atoned for [an inexpiable sin] 2. Archaic that cannot be appeased; implacable inexpiably adv …   English World dictionary

  • inexpiable — 1560s, from L. inexpiabilis that cannot be atoned for, from in not (see IN (Cf. in ) (1)) + expiabilis, from expiare (see EXPIATION (Cf. expiation)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • inexpiable — (Del lat. inexpiabĭlis). adj. Que no se puede expiar …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • inexpiable — (Del lat. inexpiabilis.) ► adjetivo Que no puede ser expiado o perdonado: ■ delito inexpiable. ANTÓNIMO [expiable] * * * inexpiable adj. De tal naturaleza que no se puede expiar. * * * inexpiable. (Del lat. inexpiabĭlis). adj. Que no se puede… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • inexpiable — (i nèk spi a bl ) adj. Qui ne peut être expié. Cette inexpiable faute. Un forfait inexpiable. HISTORIQUE    XVIe s. •   Inexpiable, MONET Dict.. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Lat. inexpiabilis, de in.... 1, et expiare, expier …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • inexpiable — inexpiableness, n. inexpiably, adv. /in eks pee euh beuhl/, adj. 1. not to be expiated; not allowing for expiation or atonement: an inexpiable crime. 2. Obs. implacable: inexpiable hate. [1560 70; < L inexpiabilis. See IN 3, EXPIABLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • inexpiable — /ɪnˈɛkspiəbəl/ (say in ekspeeuhbuhl) adjective 1. not to be expiated; admitting of no expiation or atonement: an inexpiable crime. 2. not to be appeased by expiation; implacable: inexpiable hate. {Latin inexpiābilis} –inexpiableness, noun… …   Australian English dictionary

  • inexpiable — {{#}}{{LM I21718}}{{〓}} {{[}}inexpiable{{]}} ‹i·nex·pia·ble› {{《}}▍ adj.inv.{{》}} {{♂}}Referido especialmente a una culpa,{{♀}} que no se puede expiar o borrar con el cumplimiento de un castigo: • Cometió un crimen inexpiable y le pesará mientras …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

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