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To me at present the vital achievement of the book is that it inflicts an irrecoverable death-wound upon Intellectualism.

It was like thinking on time, where the minute that now glides past is irrecoverable.

On the one hand is the lofty massiveness of the Episcopal Palace—on the other the irrecoverable smash of poor men's homes.

Draxy was not wont to allude to the lost and irrecoverable joys.

Saxe Holm's StoriesHelen Hunt Jackson

Now, in this sense, to redeem time already past is impossible, for when once gone it is irrecoverable.

But box he must, for the shilling was irrecoverable, and so costly a chance must not be thrown away.

Tales of Mean StreetsArthur Morrison

Every day ushered in some new calamity; the cause of America seemed hastening to irrecoverable ruin.

No terms short of eternal disgrace and irrecoverable ruin would be accepted.

They had reached that irrevocable and irrecoverable moment, at the dazzling intersection of all youth and all joy.

Les MisrablesVictor Hugo

Rents are in most parts of Ireland irrecoverable: the misery in many of its Unions equals that of the worst period of the famine.

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