- incapable of being repealed or revoked.
Origin of irrepealable
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Examples from the Web for irrepealable
No laws of nature are so irrepealable as that law which binds guilt and misery.Slavery
William E. Channing
They were two castes, separate and standing apart as by the irrepealable law of God.The Rise of the Mediaeval Church
Alexander Clarence Flick
This irrepealable law of the human heart was a mighty rock of confidence in Lincoln's social and political faith.Abraham Lincoln's Cardinal Traits;
Clark S. Beardslee
It possessed not the concentrated power of binding and irrepealable unity to protect the common flag of a common Union.
That was the irrepealable condition under which aid from time to time was granted.Mrs. Thompson
William Babington Maxwell
- not able to be repealed
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