incurable

[ in-kyoor-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF incurable

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"Some restored, who were looked upon as incurable," interrupted Hamish.

Her name was Madame Maze, and her heart was full of an incurable grief.

It takes so little in such moments as these to make wounds which are incurable.

Many of them had been given up as hopelessly "incurable" by others yet I cured them.

It is affected with incurable marasmus, because its foundations are laid in error.

This was the disaster which brought so much suffering to Constance in her incurable pride.

But if the offender be a citizen, he must be incurable, and for him death is the only fitting penalty.

For there are two classes of souls who undergo punishment—the curable and the incurable.

They are not incurable, and their punishment is intended for their improvement.

But if the legislator sees any one who is incurable, for him he will appoint a law and a penalty.

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