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irredeemable

[ ir-i-dee-muh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF irredeemable
  • as inincorrigible
  • as inirreparable
  • as inirremediable
  • as inhopeless

Synonyms for irredeemable

  • hardened
  • abandoned
  • beastly
  • incurable
  • intractable
  • inveterate
  • irreparable
  • loser
  • recidivous
  • uncorrectable
  • unreformed
  • useless
  • wicked
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Antonyms for irredeemable

  • good
  • manageable
  • nice
  • obedient
  • reformable
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IRREDEEMABLE

There was the thought he had to face, and behind him lay his own irredeemable blunder.

We are to-day flooding the country with an irredeemable currency.

As to his real opinion on an irredeemable currency there can be no doubt.

This arrest of our great friend is a misfortune, but not an irredeemable one.

But this irredeemable and final disaster is surely incredible.

In the judgment of Patience, it had been nothing less than irredeemable sin.

His desertion of Dido makes, it has been said, "an irredeemable poltroon of him in all honest English eyes."

The details of the illustration, which are all duly elucidated in the explanation, are those of abject and irredeemable ruin.

Alas, my dear father, I am totally insolvent: the least drain upon the bank would plunge me into irredeemable ruin and dishonour.

The new Emperor was an irredeemable poltroon and an abandoned debauchee.'

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from assimilated form of in- (1) "not, opposite of" + redeemable. Related: Irredeemably.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IRREDEEMABLE

hopeless

adjectivefutile, pessimistic
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