Word of the Day

Word of the Day: inexorable
 
Pronunciation: (in-EK-suhr-uh-buhl)
 
Definition: (adj)
 
1) Incapable of being persuaded, moved, or stopped.
 
Etymology: From Latin in- (not) + exorare (to prevail upon), from ex- (out) + orare (to pray, beg). Earliest documented use: 1553.

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