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ir·re·me·di·a·ble

 (ĭr′ĭ-mē′dē-ə-bəl)
adj.
Impossible to remedy, correct, or repair; incurable or irreparable: irremediable errors in judgment.

ir′re·me′di·a·bly adv.
Translations

irremediably

[ˌɪrɪˈmiːdɪəblɪ] ADVirremediablemente

irremediably

advhoffnungslos
References in classic literature ?
A, lady--who had fed herself from childhood with the shadowy food of aristocratic reminiscences, and whose religion it was that a lady's hand soils itself irremediably by doing aught for bread,--this born lady, after sixty years of narrowing means, is fain to step down from her pedestal of imaginary rank.
Believe me, love is an overrated passion; it would be irremediably discredited but that young people, and the romancers who live upon their follies, have a perpetual interest in rehabilitating it.
The severe cold that he took in his charitable excursion lingered about him through the cold months, and before the genial warmth of May occurred to relieve him, his physicians pronounced that his lungs were irremediably affected.
He was afraid of saying something irremediably cruel.
According to this view, any set of propositions other than the whole of truth can be condemned on purely logical grounds, as internally inconsistent; a single proposition, if it is what we should ordinarily call false, contradicts itself irremediably, while if it is what we should ordinarily call true, it has implications which compel us to admit other propositions, which in turn lead to others, and so on, until we find ourselves committed to the whole of truth.
They moved silently about, without one being able to see by what means, for their skirts touched the carpet all round; they glided here and there, receded, approached, rigid in black and white, with precise gestures, and no life in their faces, like a pair of marionettes in mourning; and their air of wooden unconcern struck him as unnatural, suspicious, irremediably hostile.
Philip had only lived fourteen years, but those years had, most of them, been steeped in the sense of a lot irremediably hard.
The main objective of this article is to debate on the contemporary Diaspora, which relates not only to the migratory flows across countries but also to frenetic moving, the diasporic aesthetics that renders our present culture irremediably impure and hybrid, full of permanent lapse of meaning and permanently mutant.
And there would be fallback compulsory powers to secure access where negotiations irremediably failed.
According to the terms of the Colonial Vulgate, Maghribi society was irremediably backward, its political leaders were despots, and the ulama were a superstitious bunch of fanatics.
In her autobiography, she acknowledges she never imagined that her journey would influence so much her convictions and that the rest of her life would be irremediably shaped and determined by what she saw during her trip to the Middle East.
President Reagan thought the treaty was irremediably defective.