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- adj. Lacking a cure, incurable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Incapable of cure; incurable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without cure; incurable; not admitting of a remedy: as, a cureless disorder.
Surely Bieber's millions of fans consumed with the cureless 'Bieber Fever' would do anything to spend a day in Sam's paws.
I fear thee, - no longer need I veil my dread 'neath words, - lest thou devise against my child some cureless ill.
But at dawn both sides perceived the fatal and cureless error; and bitter grief seized the Minyan heroes when they saw before them Cyzicus son of Aeneus fallen in the midst of dust and blood.
Raymond then lamented the cureless evil of his situation with Perdita.
The reproaches which agony extorted; or worse, cureless, uncomplaining depression, when his mind was sunk in a torpor, not the less painful because it was silent and moveless.
His habits were unhinged; his restless mind roused from its sleep, ambition must now be his companion through life; and if he did not succeed in his present attempt, she foresaw that unhappiness and cureless discontent would follow.
Scandals in high life, starvation in low life; foul floods of nastiness in Law Courts; muddy tricklings of misery in lawless alleys; crimes so terrible and revolting; pains so pitiless and cureless; follies so selfish and wanton, that he let the journal drop, and fell back in his chair, appalled.
Perhaps its removal may cause cureless deformity; or it may be the stain goes as deep as life itself.
Why should I do that which would make thy cureless grief more grievous?
Nor note of music in the land, my cureless woe to quail.
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