Words nearby irreformable
How to use irreformable in a sentence
Then I imagined their recognising with a blush and a shrug that she was unteachable, irreformable.The Real Thing and Other Tales|Henry James
Irreformable, ir-re-for′ma-bl, adj. not reformable, not subject to revision or improvement.
All dogmatic decrees of the Pope, made with or without his general council, are infallible and irreformable.
The argument will be made more clear if we substitute the term irreformable in the place of infallible.