Origin of incorrigible
Examples from the Web for incorrigibly
Whereas with San Fran you sort of feel, well, life is so incorrigibly wonderful out there, they don't really need this.
Poor Evan Evans was mentioned, as incorrigibly addicted to strong drink.Life Of Johnson, Volume 5|Boswell
She was not by nature vicious, but she was most incorrigibly mischievous.Hot corn: Life Scenes in New York Illustrated|Solon Robinson
This kind of forced labour may do some good to the incorrigibly idle, but it does the greatest harm to all the rest.
mid-14c., from Old French incorrigible (mid-14c.), or directly from Latin incorrigibilis "not to be corrected," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + corrigibilis, from corrigere "to correct" (see correct). Related: Incorrigibly. As a noun, from 1746.