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 ?
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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.
"It is clear, beyond all doubt," pursued Aramis, coldly, "that the king has quarreled with you - irreconcilably."
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But after that series, I think it was increasingly difficult to maintain the pretense that we were irreconcilably different people.
We conclude that the jury's verdicts with respect to the enablement of Claims 1 and 2 are irreconcilably inconsistent.