irrevocable

[ ih-rev-uh-kuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF irrevocable
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Her eyes burned with the horror of witnessing some irrevocable deed.

Poor Harry, poor Harry, why are physical calamities so awful and so irrevocable?

He could not bear to view reflected in them, the reproachful and irrevocable Past.

It is his turn to take revenge with the irrevocable checkmate.

Our separation would then be irrevocable and eternal in this world.

Already he had taken the irrevocable course, he had made the irrevocable step.

Just why he could not say, but he felt that that decision was irrevocable.

The chain that ties us is just as irrevocable, whatever we choose to call ourselves.

The commission was not irrevocable; and its authority might be disputed.

She must have the morning repast prepared at an irrevocable hour.

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