- incapable of being replaced; unique: an irreplaceable vase.
Origin of irreplaceable
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Examples from the Web for irreplaceable
Yes, Will Gardner is irreplaceable, and will forever be missed.Will Gardner Had to Die So That ‘The Good Wife’ Could Thrive
September 19, 2014
I lost contact with friends and acquaintances, irreplaceable photos from mobile uploads, and my faith in social media.Porn Stars Want to Know: Why Did Facebook Delete Me?
August 2, 2014
“The life and work of Barnaby Jack are legendary and irreplaceable,” it said.Death of Hero Hacker Barnaby Jack Ruled a Drug Overdose
January 4, 2014
Killing these iconic birds is not just an irreplaceable loss for a vulnerable species.If a Windmill Kills an Eagle, Does the Government Make a Sound?
May 14, 2013
Whether or not Garafolo is irreplaceable in that effort is another matter.In Brooklyn, a Reputed Mobster Takes Sandy’s Name in Vain
November 18, 2012
In that case you shall have consumed ten pounds of irreplaceable metal.Triplanetary
Edward Elmer Smith
Five irreplaceable generals were dead; six more, wounded or captured.Ride Proud, Rebel!
Andre Alice Norton
And from this it follows that each man is not only unique, but irreplaceable.The Truth of Christianity
William Harry Turton
We need not regard them conceptually as unchangeable or irreplaceable.Natural Philosophy
The truth of the matter is that everything that is original is irreplaceable.An Autobiography
- not able to be replacedan irreplaceable antique
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Word Origin and History for irreplaceable
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