- insusceptible to reforming influences; incorrigible.
- not subject to improvement; final; perfect: irreformable doctrine.
Origin of irreformable
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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.
Then I imagined their recognising with a blush and a shrug that she was unteachable, irreformable.The Real Thing and Other Tales