1. relentless; not to be prevented
1. Economists say that the world economy has begun an inexorable plunge into recession.
2. unresponsive to pleas; unyielding; implacable; not to be dissuaded
2. I begged her to change her mind, but she was inexorable.
in (not), e ex (out), #orare (to speak before a court or assembly, plead) (Latin)
in (not)+exhort (means to pressurize):that means a person who is inexorable cant be pressurised;he will not yield exor is logic gate which changes. so in exorable is that cannot be changed or stopped