unreclaimable

unreclaimable

(ˌʌnrɪˈkleɪməbəl)
adj
1. not able to be reclaimed, reformed, or rescued from vice
2. not able to be tamed or domesticated
3. not able to be reclaimed or taken back
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And an unreclaimable blaygaird,' added the gentleman in purple.
And, at the end, as his protagonist walls himself up in a devastated stretch of Long Island, one abandoned as unreclaimable by government bureaucrats, he is vouchsafed, on a trip into the toxic rubble and trashed woods beyond his walls, a vision of the nature of nature that is as grotesquely gothic as Morton could wish.
Tayyarra commented by stating that the Eskan Bank aspires to develop a number of plots of land in various locales in the Kingdom of Bahrain according to the "BOT" agreement under which the project directly will be passed to the Developer through leasing unreclaimable land for a specific tenure ranging between 20 and 25 years for housing purposes.
28) See also Gillian Beer's discussion of "Virginia Woolf and Prehistory" in Virginia Woolf: The Common Ground, (Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1996) in which she writes that "prehistory is seen not simply as part of a remote past, but as contiguous, continuous, a part of ordinary present-day life" (9) and that "in Woolf" there is an "emphasis upon lost and unreclaimable origins" as well as "a counter-insistence on perpetuity and on the survival of what precedes consciousness, precedes history" (11).
Always lying at the limit of absolute knowledge, nothing is wholly Other--a radical heterogeneity, an irreducible difference, an unreclaimable remainder.