It is supposed that she is uncurable by all wise and rational means of persuasion.
Where defects are uncurable, the teacher must show how they may be palliated and sometimes even converted into graces.
How easily may many a disease be cured, if it be taken in time, which afterwards is uncurable!
Not that he could make her from woman to man, or redeem her from the uncurable propensities her sex had given her.
curable cur·a·ble (kyur'ə-bəl)
Capable of being cured or healed.