- irreversible pulpitis,
Origin of irrevocable
Examples from the Web for irrevocably
Just when the Putins left the Soviet Union, that country began to change drastically and irrevocably.
Despite the one concussion combined, their careers have been irrevocably influenced by injury.The Injuries That Made Peyton Manning and Tom Brady|Ben Teitelbaum|January 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Also, the long running fan favorite , the Ethiopian Immigration, was “irrevocably” canceled… for the fourth time.
That new cloud-computing technology will irrevocably change the community banking system.
If you have to ask whether Star Trek is like Star Wars, you are horribly, irrevocably misguided.‘Star Trek’ for Dummies: Get Ready for ‘Into Darkness’ With Our Primer|Sujay Kumar|May 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We both made a bitter mistake; but now it is over, and irrevocably so.My Recollections of Lord Byron|Teresa Guiccioli
Down to Ferry Hill's twenty-five yards swept the line of battle, slowly, irrevocably.The Crimson Sweater|Ralph Henry Barbour
All that I was conscious of was the fact that Lucy was gone, irrevocably, as I feared.Humphrey Bold|Herbert Strang
And that object for years, was irrevocably, to care for the sick and bury the dead.The Forged Note|Oscar Micheaux
A closer inspection of the ruins, revealing beauties not yet departed, leads to an apprehension of what has been irrevocably lost.Monumental Java|J. F. Scheltema
also irrevokable, late 14c., from Latin irrevocabilis "that cannot be recalled, unalterable," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + revocabilis (see revoke). Related: Irrevocably.