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Three weeks later, that new clinic was broken into and vandalized beyond repair.

Airlines typically buy “hull loss” insurance, which pays off in the event a plane is damaged beyond repair or salvage.

It is now evident, however, that Mortenson recklessly betrayed this trust, damaging his credibility beyond repair.

One Last Thing Before I Go is a poignant story about facing death and celebrating life, even when things seem well beyond repair.

But no matter what I tried or where I went, he followed, as did my belief that I was broken, damaged, beyond repair.

The third boat and kite had been damaged beyond repair, but the two left were sufficient.

It is said that nearly 4,000 houses were burned to the ground, and many damaged beyond repair.

As they feared, the broken shaft had been wrenched apart again, and it looked as if it were injured beyond repair.

He escaped injury, but the precious trousers were damaged almost beyond repair.

It was ruined beyond repair, and sank into a splintered mass of timber under the terrific pressure to which it had been subjected.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to beyond repair, such as: irreplaceable, irreversible, broken, cureless, destroyed, and hopeless.

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