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See definition of irredeemable on Dictionary.com
  • as inhopeless
  • as inincorrigible
  • as inirremediable
  • as inirreparable

synonyms for irredeemable

  • desperate
  • forlorn
  • helpless
  • impossible
  • pointless
  • sad
  • tragic
  • useless
  • bad
  • beyond recall
  • cynical
  • dejected
  • demoralized
  • despairing
  • despondent
  • disconsolate
  • discouraging
  • downhearted
  • fatal
  • gone
  • goner
  • ill-fated
  • impracticable
  • in despair
  • incurable
  • irreparable
  • irreversible
  • irrevocable
  • lost
  • menacing
  • no-win
  • past hope
  • shot down
  • sinister
  • sunk
  • threatening
  • unachievable
  • unavailing
  • unfortunate
  • unmitigable
  • up the creek
  • vain
  • woebegone
  • worsening

antonyms for irredeemable

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  • cheerful
  • good
  • happy
  • hopeful
  • joyful
  • auspicious
  • bright
  • encouraging
  • expectant
  • optimistic
  • promising
  • propitious
  • rosy
  • good
  • manageable
  • nice
  • obedient
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    Schmidt, who owned many houses and mortgages and good irredeemable ground rents, was busy.
    THE RED CITYS. WEIR MITCHELL
    He has done me deep and irredeemable wrong, and has entailed upon his child an inheritance of shame.
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    In other words, it was an arrangement for the issue of an irredeemable paper currency.
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    But the most irredeemable of convicts are ever those of nurture and birth and culture better than the ruffian rest.
    LUCRETIA, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
    Against this tendency toward the issue of irredeemable paper Necker contended as best he might.
    FIAT MONEY INFLATION IN FRANCEANDREW DICKSON WHITE
    For the same reason the loans should be made irredeemable for a term not less than ten years.
    ALBERT GALLATINJOHN AUSTIN STEVENS
    Moreover, whoever slept until the Sun had entered the door was looked upon as an irredeemable sluggard.
    PHARAOH'S BROKERELLSWORTH DOUGLASS
    It compels the creditor to take from the debtor irredeemable paper at par, on a contract payable in money.
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