Origin of irreparable
Examples from the Web for irreparable
Amelia must do this every day in loving Samuel—who often appears as a reminder of the irreparable past and death of Oskar.‘The Babadook’ Is the Best (and Most Sincere) Horror Movie of the Year|Samuel Fragoso|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It reached the point where it was irreparable, and the best thing to do for the entire family was to separate.Mel Brooks Is Always Funny and Often Wise in This 1975 Playboy Interview|Alex Belth|February 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
David Frum on the irreparable damage Edward Snowden and Glenn Greenwald have caused.Yes, We Scan: Why the NSA Collected Intelligence on Mexico and France|David Frum|October 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She has completely demolished my family and right now, the relationship's irreparable.
We are doomed to choose, and every choice may entail an irreparable loss.
Any departure from Science is an irreparable loss of Science.Rudimental Divine Science|Mary Baker Eddy
Such a loss would be irreparable, and without hesitation he dashed toward the burning wall.Canoe Boys and Campfires|William Murray Graydon
I asked him to reflect on the irreparable eclipse that he would be casting over the Duskydale ballroom.A Rogue's Life|Wilkie Collins
I do not intend to question you; I have suffered from it, I have confessed to you, and I have done you an irreparable wrong.Child of a Century, Complete|Alfred de Musset
They sought his advice on all important matters, and in his demise they realize that the State has sustained an irreparable loss.The Nation Behind Prison Bars|George L. Herr
British Dictionary definitions for irreparable
Word Origin and History for irreparable
early 15c., from Old French irréparable (12c.), from Latin irreparabilis "irreparable, irrecoverable," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + reparabilis "that can be repaired" (see repair).