It has a pompous Latin name, but it is incurably Gothic and grotesque.
It is, but I could not get off; Cashel is incurably lazy, and I never know how to say 'no.'
We are now, it is constantly said, an incurably Puritanic people.
They are so incurably prolific; and so was he, poor dear boy!
Even down to the meanest of us, we are incurably larger than anything we can do.