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synonyms for incurably

  • badly
  • desperately
  • fatally
  • impossibly
  • unavailingly
  • unfortunately
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antonyms for incurably

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  • calmly
  • confidently
  • expectantly
  • hopefully
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How to use incurably in a sentence

The indisputable splendour of this music, its marvellous witchery,-89- are incurably external.
ASPECTS OF MODERN OPERALAWRENCE GILMAN
Once he had been entirely in the power of adverse circumstances and a brutal will, and he was almost incurably wounded.
SEVENOAKSJ. G. HOLLAND
I will shut out every proof that would tell me that your heart is incurably diseased.
WIELAND; OR THE TRANSFORMATIONCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
Sooner or later a bell rang, and from the smoky hive issued the hornets that night and day stung incurably my peace of mind.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, NO. IX.--FEBRUARY, 1851.--VOL. II.VARIOUS
Generous to the point of self-beggary, loyal to a fault, and incurably romantic, that was a "Red" Ralestone.
RALESTONE LUCKANDRE NORTON
The others were children, too small to be of any service as laborers; old and blind persons, or incurably diseased.
FIFTY YEARS IN CHAINSCHARLES BALL
And do you know also that it is her mother's sister who lives in the deserted house, incurably mad for many years?
GREAT GHOST STORIESVARIOUS
A beautiful daughter is wasting the best years of her life in the care of a querulous father, incurably ill, but never dying.
MODERNITIESHORACE BARNETT SAMUEL
But in his weakness, and in his knowledge that he is incurably ill, he cannot overcome the ascendancy of one idea.
MUGBY JUNCTIONCHARLES DICKENS
Nobody values unpretentiousness more highly than the incurably pretentious.
THE EXILES OF FALOOBARRY PAIN
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WORDS RELATED TO INCURABLY

  • badly
  • desperately
  • fatally
  • impossibly
  • incurably
  • unavailingly
  • unfortunately
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