incorrigible

[ in-kawr-i-juh-buh l, -kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF incorrigible

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"You are an incorrigible, young Bonaparte," said the teacher.

Bobby was incorrigible, and there was no use in expecting seriousness from him.

Razumov envied the materialism of the thief and the passion of the incorrigible lover.

It is quite possible that I am a bad economist; but it is certain that I am incorrigible.

I laughed at this fad, and, not thinking him incorrigible I took him into my service.

After all, I understand the distrust that I inspire you with, for I am an incorrigible conspirator.

You are incorrigible, and that is all that can be said about it.

"Then of course it is my duty to beg pardon once more," said the incorrigible.

"Yes you can, or you can let us tell it," said the incorrigible.

He does not depict little saints, or incorrigible rascals, but just boys.

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