adjective in·im·i·ca·ble \ə̇ˈnimə̇kəbəl\

Definition of inimicable

  1. :  inimical, hostile inimicable to the public peace or safety — U.S. Code

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Origin and Etymology of inimicable

Latin inimicus + English -able (as in amicable)

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a brief usually trivial fact

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