worst/implacable enemy

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  • Silver_Biscuit

    Senior Member
    English - UK
    No, not really, because it's not a superlative so you're changing the meaning quite a lot - it would have to be "most implacable enemies". But even then, it wouldn't be a good idea in my opinion because your "worst enemy" isn't necessarily the one who is strongest. It could be that, but by changing to a more specific adjective you're narrowing down the meaning so much that you are effectively distorting it.
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