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ĭn-expĭābĭlis , e, adj. 2. in-expio,
I.that cannot be atoned for, inexpiable (class.): “religio,Cic. Tusc. 1, 12, 27: scelus, Auct. Har. Resp. 27.—
II. Transf., implacable, irreconcilable, obstinate: “bellum,Liv. 4, 35, 8; 41, 24, 7; Quint. 2, 16, 2: “odium Romanorum in Hannibalem,Liv. 39, 51, 4 Drak. N. cr.; 2, 17, 2: “invidia,Suet. Caes. 78.— Adv.: ĭn-expĭābĭlĭter , inexpiably, irremediably: “corruptus,Aug. de Gen. ad Litt. 11, 13.
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