irremediable

[ ir-i-mee-dee-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF irremediable
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Why seek for knowledge, which can prove only that our wretchedness is irremediable?

And so the altercation in the night went on, over the irremediable.

He suffered too much under a conviction of irremediable folly.

That this should have happened was the irremediable mistake of the slim stranger.

This has been an irremediable evil, as well as my incapacity to draw.

So serious was the effect of transgression—and yet, thank God, it was not irremediable.

His life and the work of his life had come to irremediable ruin.

Sad news indeed; but irremediable;—by no means the saddest news.

The scission was not yet irremediable between the two terms.

Had Harboro 154 decided to accept the inevitable, the irremediable, without a word?

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Late Latin irremediabilis, from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + remediabilis (see remediable).

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