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irrevocably

[ ih-rev-uh-kuh-blee ]
/ ɪˈrɛv ə kə bli /
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adverb
in a way that can never be reversed, undone, or canceled; permanently:The huge manuscript is unbound looseleaf and there are no page numbers, so if you drop it the whole thing is irrevocably scrambled.
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OTHER WORDS FROM irrevocably

non·ir·rev·o·cab·ly, adverb
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