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synonyms for irrevocably

  • certainly
  • completely
  • decisively
  • definitely
  • permanently
  • lastly
  • assuredly
  • beyond recall
  • beyond shadow of doubt
  • conclusively
  • convincingly
  • determinately
  • done with
  • enduringly
  • for all time
  • for ever
  • for good
  • in conclusion
  • inescapably
  • inexorably
  • once and for all
  • past regret
  • settled
  • with conviction
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antonyms for irrevocably

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  • doubtfully
  • dubiously
  • questionably
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How to use irrevocably in a sentence

Freedom’s end—the ultimate oppression—is when government takes a life, putting all its power into irrevocably taking away someone else’s.
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Rather than directly acting on genes—irrevocably dicing away or swapping genetic letters—the new CRISPR variant targets the biological machinery that naturally turns genes on or off.
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Here are the ways that It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot irrevocably changed the hip-hop landscape.
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The way the sector makes money is going to irrevocably change over the next two years.
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At the top of 2020, the coronavirus crisis, an event of seismic proportions, irrevocably changed the worlds of retail, commerce, media and marketing.
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Rather than ending racism, they reinforce the belief that people’s identities and viewpoints are irrevocably determined by the color of their skin.
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Now that all is irrevocably ended, they a rise naturally out of what has taken place.
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To gain his Dragon Maid,—to know that in this life she was irrevocably his,—that was Tatsu's one conscious thought.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
John just slipped out of my grasp—Zloomph and all—and was gone—completely and irrevocably gone.
THE HOLES AND JOHN SMITHEDWARD W. LUDWIG
There is no proposition of which it can be asserted that every human mind must eternally and irrevocably believe it.
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