irrevocably

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He feared now she meant to lose it irrevocably through remarriage.

They had cut themselves off from the world, deliberately, irrevocably.

It seemed to her she should then be irrevocably bound to do the thing she had promised.

I mean that it was irrevocably feminine, even in father's time.

Now that it was made, and irrevocably made, she must of course be told.

But you should have considered it before committing yourself so irrevocably.

It gives me no justification to withdraw from that to which I am irrevocably committed.

Little, and far away, and irrevocably done with, it showed all golden.

Now that, apparently, I have lost her irrevocably, I will tell you that you do not love her as I do.

For our actions are finally and irrevocably dictated by the things we think about.

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