irreplaceable

[ ir-i-pley-suh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF irreplaceable

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In that case you shall have consumed ten pounds of irreplaceable metal.

Five irreplaceable generals were dead; six more, wounded or captured.

And from this it follows that each man is not only unique, but irreplaceable.

We need not regard them conceptually as unchangeable or irreplaceable.

The truth of the matter is that everything that is original is irreplaceable.

His irreplaceable nail-sheaths—there was no trace of one of them.

All three were brought down, at a cost of four irreplaceable rifle bullets and two shots from Dorothy's automatic.

This was fortunate: the table could be mended, but the vase, not to speak of its contents, would have been irreplaceable.

Blinks in his big retail store knows that courtesy is one of the invaluable and irreplaceable assets of his business.

In this emergency my strategy has been towards safeguarding your irreplaceable life to-morrow at all hazard.

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