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A father’s love is often strong and steady, but a mother’s love is inimitable and irreplaceable.

Given the irreplaceable nature of specimens, we argue that destruction is rarely justifiable.

Headphones—particularly over-the-ear headphones—are irreplaceable in creative industries where critical listening is required, providing users with accurate and clear audio isolated from outside noise.

This is especially painful after such a long history, and at your age, because you understand how rare intimate friendships are, and how irreplaceable people are.

If you can’t get your stuff back with the above software, and your files are truly irreplaceable, it’s time to turn to a company like DriveSavers.

Yes, Will Gardner is irreplaceable, and will forever be missed.

I lost contact with friends and acquaintances, irreplaceable photos from mobile uploads, and my faith in social media.

“The life and work of Barnaby Jack are legendary and irreplaceable,” it said.

Killing these iconic birds is not just an irreplaceable loss for a vulnerable species.

Whether or not Garafolo is irreplaceable in that effort is another matter.

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

From out the frosted cake of our existence Fate had cut an irreplaceable segment: turn which way we would, the void was present.

We have unfortunately lost one of the Hawaiian geese, which I much regret, as it is irreplaceable.

Cream, in many long chronic diseases, is quite irreplaceable by any other article whatever.

I with my strange momentary liberty, bereft of that irreplaceable love, never quite prized until it is lost.

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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to irreplaceable, such as: irreversible, beyond repair, broken, cureless, destroyed, and hopeless.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.