irreconcilably


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ir·rec·on·cil·a·ble

 (ĭ-rĕk′ən-sī′lə-bəl, ĭ-rĕk′ən-sī′-)
adj.
Impossible to reconcile: irreconcilable differences.
n.
1. A person, especially a member of a group, who will not compromise, adjust, or submit.
2. One of two or more conflicting ideas or beliefs that cannot be brought into harmony.

ir·rec′on·cil′a·bil′i·ty n.
ir·rec′on·cil′a·bly adv.
Translations

irreconcilably

adv fightunversöhnlich; irreconcilably differentvöllig unvereinbar; to be irreconcilably opposed to somethingabsolut gegen etw sein; they clashed irreconcilablysie konnten ihre Meinungsverschiedenheiten nicht beseitigen
References in classic literature ?
In the aspect of this dark-arrayed, pale-faced, ladylike old figure there was a deeply tragic character that contrasted irreconcilably with the ludicrous pettiness of her employment.
Suppose, then, that the expressions defining the authority of the convention were irreconcilably at variance with each other; that a NATIONAL and ADEQUATE GOVERNMENT could not possibly, in the judgment of the convention, be affected by ALTERATIONS and PROVISIONS in the ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION; which part of the definition ought to have been embraced, and which rejected?
It is clear, beyond all doubt," pursued Aramis, coldly, "that the king has quarreled with you - irreconcilably.
The case was made interesting to the public, by Mr Mortimer Lighiwood's evidence touching the circumstances under which the deceased, Mr John Harmon, had returned to England; exclusive private proprietorship in which circumstances was set up at dinner- tables for several days, by Veneering, Twemlow, Podsnap, and all the Buffers: who all related them irreconcilably with one another, and contradicted themselves.
under oath made irreconcilably contradictory declarations material to
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But Protocol I is fundamentally and irreconcilably Flawed.
The biggest fear in the ecumenical movement has been that when divided Christians speak of the "church" they mean irreconcilably different things.
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In these lines, we see that the same community that welcomes Christ will also witness his violent death; thus, the play ends in an extremely problematic and ambiguous narrative space where community is revealed as irreconcilably disparate.