(ˌɪr ɪˈtreɪ sə bəl)

not retraceable; unable to be retraced.
ir`re•trace′a•bly, adv.
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In a statement published by the Russian Embassy in Washington on Facebook on Thursday, Russia said that "we urge Washington again to abandon its irresponsible statements and schemes charged with escalating the situation in Syria which could become irretraceable later."
He cites Virgil: "As once, in ancient days, so it is said, the labyrinth in high Crete had a path built out of blind walls, an ambiguous maze of a thousand ways, a winding course that mocked all signs of finding a way out, a puzzle that was irresolvable and irretraceable." Aeneid 5, 588-91, trans.
Behavioural economics may be a way to address the seemingly irretraceable problem of poverty and poor money management.
was unable to tolerate any substantial nutritional intake and developed irretraceable vomiting almost immediately.