Related formsir·re·deem·a·bil·i·ty, ir·re·deem·a·ble·ness, nounir·re·deem·a·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for irredeemably
The skateboarder is as irredeemably evil as the others are noble.
If that theory is true Mohammad may have felt he had been humiliated and had irredeemably lost face.
He describes him as irredeemably corrupt, not an appropriate partner for a pacification program, and cannot change.
The average Italian presumes that the state is hopelessly inefficient and irredeemably corrupt in equal measure.
He had gotten a hurt that would last him a lifetime, but for her—surely he had not hurt her irredeemably.The Moving Finger|Mary Gaunt
The opportunity to overtake the intruder was irredeemably past.Kastle Krags|Absalom Martin
He is a traveller and a cosmopolitan, while Dickens is irredeemably Cockney.
If he appears at all in fiction or on the stage, he is irredeemably vulgar.Hyacinth|George A. Birmingham
With all its pretensions to morality, the play is irredeemably bad and base.