unredeemable


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unredeemable

(ˌʌnrɪˈdiːməbəl)
adj
1. not able to be redeemed or reformed
2. not able to be turned into cash or exchanged for goods
3. (Theology) theol not able to be saved or liberated, esp from sin
4. not able to be recovered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unredeemable - insusceptible of reformunredeemable - insusceptible of reform; "vicious irreclaimable boys"; "irredeemable sinners"
wicked - morally bad in principle or practice
References in classic literature ?
No ship is wholly bad; and now that their bodies that had braved so many tempests have been blown off the face of the sea by a puff of steam, the evil and the good together into the limbo of things that have served their time, there can be no harm in affirming that in these vanished generations of willing servants there never has been one utterly unredeemable soul.
An undeniable and unredeemable forfeit of all he hath about him.
However, orcs in The Lord of the Rings certainly do appear unredeemable.
Some overriding harmony that doesn't explain or make amends for the senseless suffering of humanity, the unredeemable pain of all life on the planet.
To paraphrase the historian Susan Juster, apocalyptic prophets in America, like Joseph Smith, were "filled with holy indignation over what they saw to be the unredeemable corruption of the [American] political and economic order, an order that consigned the mass of ordinary [farmers] and laborers to poverty, political invisibility, and social humiliation.
Without these distinctions the horror of what the Soviets and the Nazis did in Central and Eastern Europe remains incomprehensible and unredeemable.
He explores traditional and modernist vocabularies of violence, scapegoating and sacrifice, but profoundly transforms them for his unique agenda of representing the unredeemable quality of modern historical delusions, from the myth of palingenetic war, to Fascist, as well as Communist, attempts to "correct" life with ideology.
Anticipating Kahil Gibran Muhammad's findings in The Condemnation of Blackness (2010), Manion demonstrates that Philadelphia's reformers believed that, unlike immigrant and native-born youth, blacks were unredeemable.
She's incredibly flawed and almost unredeemable In some scenarios but when you read her, see her, you get this feeling like you know her.
She often comes off as whiny with unredeemable qualities, which makes her relationship with Pax even more unlikely.