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  • a  difficult or impossible to extinguish
    an inextinguishable flame
    an inextinguishable faith

  • Taken on face value, however, Benedict's brief remarks were eloquent, a kind of prayerful meditation about how the names of those murdered renders them nonetheless inextinguishable .
  • Taken on face value, however, Benedict's brief remarks were eloquent, a kind of prayerful meditation about how the names of those murdered renders them nonetheless inextinguishable .
  • The traditional global relay carrying the Olympic torch to the site of the Games is supposed to convey the inextinguishable vigor of the Olympic spirit.
Quotes

  • John Quincy Adams in UNC Chapell Hill
    In his speech, Adams noted that the United States since its founding has "proclaimed to mankind the inextinguishable rights of human nature, and the only lawful foundations of government."
  • Wolff in Deseret News
    The work is a struggle between the forces of destruction and the forces of creation,Wolff said. "The title refers to the inextinguishable force of life and creation. The work shows how we can survive a catastrophe."
  • Carl Nielsen in Sydney Morning Herald
    As composer Carl Nielsen said: "Music is life and, like it, inextinguishable."

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