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adjective as in net

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Climate and weather patterns are driven by an irreducible web of interactions across a variety of planet-wide systems.

First, the United States and China must have a clear, granular understanding of each other’s irreducible strategic redlines in order to help prevent conflict through miscalculation.

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Branching out to consider the moral crises of the pastor’s wife and children, the novel presents an electrifying examination of the irreducible complexities of an ethical life.

The qualia that compose conscious experiences are irreducible, incapable of being mapped onto anything else.

But breakfast was practically over, and the need for beating a further retreat was thus reduced to an irreducible minimum.

You know, to men like your father convictions are irreducible elements—they can't be split up, and differently combined.

There was one peculiarly stubborn and irreducible class of facts which he took up and gave much thought to during this period.

The logic is unimpeachable, and points to irreducible pleasures and pains as the standard of valuation.

What wonder, then, if he should sometimes make mistakes, and that some inconsistencies remain at last irreducible?


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to irreducible, such as: clear, excluding, exclusive, final, remaining, and after deductions.

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