- not admitting of remedy, cure, or repair: irremediable conduct.
Origin of irremediable
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Examples from the Web for irremediably
He was hurt, irremediably hurt, he knew, in what stands in us for the affections.The Prisoner
He felt that he was done for; completely, irremediably done for.
I had him in my power, terribly, irremediably; and he consented to it.
"You are young and not irremediably lost," said Mr. Phoebus.Lothair
His life had been irremediably seared by his Siberian experiences.
- not able to be remedied; incurable or irreparable
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Word Origin and History for irremediably
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