|Flashcards: Latin Derivatives|
not influenced, persuaded, or moved by prayers or entreaties; unyielding
As he awaited the results of the biopsy, he was sure that the inexorable hand of death was resting on his shoulder.
Related English words: inexorableness, inexorability
Latin root words: inexorabilis, inexorabile - not able to be moved by entreaty; oro, orare, oravi, oratus - to pray