Definition Of irremediable

adjective

impossible to cure or put right.

The harm caused by homicide is absolutely irremediable , whereas the harm caused by many other crimes is remediable to a degree.

Example Of irremediable

  • Although some of the demos featuring Ilene Woods suffer from irremediable damage, in most respects this selection is a pleasurable listening experience.

  • And there are real, bitter and irremediable losses that come with the loss of language traditions.

  • But it is irremediably confused and confusing.

  • By converting irremediable loss, heartbreak, physical or spiritual despair into something beautiful, good poems about bad things make us feel less helpless in the face of what we can't control.

  • I'm not overly keen to have patent remedies for the patently irremediable suggested to me.


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