incorrigibility

[ in-kawr-i-juh-buh l, -kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF incorrigibility
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The pictured squares were the ironic badge of Hugh's incorrigibility.

Bad eyesight has been urged for years as a cause of backwardness and incorrigibility in school children.

Eugene, the youngest boy, nine years old, had been in court two months before on the charge of incorrigibility.

I remember an exasperated and frightened mother who took a boy of fourteen into court upon the charge of incorrigibility.

It seemed to him now that at his last visit he had seen in her the symptoms of incorrigibility which were now evident.

She made a gesture of hopelessness at his incorrigibility, and again attempted to withdraw her hands.

M. Benedikt said that prison chaplains agreed with medical men in recognising the incorrigibility of certain criminals.

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