Calls for accountability, fairness, and openness have set off phenomenal, irreversible shifts in politics, economics, and culture.
It continues by denouncing the “anti-scientific bias” which treats “non-heterosexual inclinations” as innate and irreversible.
If I had my wish, football would suffer a sudden and irreversible drop in popularity.
This was the year when the printed media crashed with a sudden velocity and with consequences that are irreversible.
We followed the most radical voices in the party and the movement, and they led us to abject and irreversible defeat.
They begin with their main argument, that the acts of councils are irreversible.
But it is as safe to assume that the revolution is irreversible, setbacks aside.
Thus the discourse starts with impeachment, and ends with irreversible doom.
irreversible gelation is usually spoken of as "coagulation."
"Eternal destruction" he explains as irreparable destruction, final and irreversible extinction.