irredeemably


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ir·re·deem·a·ble

 (ĭr′ĭ-dē′mə-bəl)
adj.
1. That cannot be bought back or paid off: an irredeemable annuity.
2. Not convertible into coin.
3. Impossible to remedy: irredeemable losses.
4. Impossible to redeem or reform: an irredeemable evil.

ir′re·deem′a·bly adv.
Translations

irredeemably

[ˌɪrɪˈdiːməblɪ] ADVirremediablemente
irredeemably lost/ruinedirremediablemente perdido/destruido

irredeemably

adv lostrettungslos; confusedhoffnungslos; he’s an irredeemably wicked maner ist ein von Grund auf böser or ein abgrundtief böser Mensch; democracy was irredeemably damageddie Demokratie hatte irreparablen Schaden genommen
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Nicholas felt himself irredeemably indebted to Sonya for all she was doing for his mother and greatly admired her patience and devotion, but tried to keep aloof from her.
It would irredeemably undermine the work done thus far.
Ye is sensitive, brilliant, incorruptible, and utterly convinced that the human species is irredeemably evil.
Most people hang onto them until they are irredeemably saggy.
It's just the most obvious and painful symptom of a critically and irredeemably flawed economic model.
Many religious moderates like Carol Mayes have taken the apparent high road of pluralism, asserting the equal validity of all faiths, but in doing so they neglect to notice the irredeemably sectarian truth claims of each.
But bear with me, because when I tell you what I'd really like to do - or, specifically, to buy - then I think you night find yourself thinking, hmm, I'd like one of those too (although maybe you'll think I am irredeemably peculiar and immediately unfollow me on Twitter.
W" Although her lineage is irredeemably in country music, Holly has no problem with any hybrid categorisation.
The family justice system has failed the whole family, but particularly (the girl), whose childhood has been irredeemably marred by years of litigation," said Lord Justice Aikens, who sat with Lord Justice McFarlane and Lord Justice Briggs to hear the appeal.
Though we British have never been so irredeemably idle as the French, there was a time when we had more leisure time and I think we were healthier, happier and better balanced people for it.
The piece, which was originally commissioned by the Hilliard Ensemble, describes an episode in the life of Kullervo, the only irredeemably tragic character in The Kalevala, a 19th century work of Finnish epic poetry compiled from Finnish and Karelian oral folklore and mythology.