His life had been irremediably seared by his Siberian experiences.
I had him in my power, terribly, irremediably; and he consented to it.
He felt that he was done for; completely, irremediably done for.
If she admitted his silence, she laid herself bare, irremediably.
"You are young and not irremediably lost," said Mr. Phoebus.
He was a man in love for the first time—wholly, irremediably in love.
To be out of date—in Mrs. Wolfstein's opinion—was to be irremediably damned.
Already all opportunity for the girl to swim to shore was irremediably past.
One masterpiece of the mediaeval craftsmen's chisel is, however, irremediably destroyed—the figure of the devil.
But they had irremediably cast their fortunes upon the river, now.