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irreconcilement

Definitions

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  • n. The state or quality of being unreconciled; disagreement.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The state or quality of being unreconciled; disagreement.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state of being unreconciled or irreconcilable.

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Examples

  • The two heads came together again, but as quickly separated with every appearance of irreconcilement, and I was settling back with sensations of great disappointment, when a sound fell on the night so unexpected to all concerned that with a common impulse each eye sought the sick tent.

    The Woman in the Alcove

  • In each case there is more or less seeming irreconcilement between the two phases found in combination; but the opposition is rather more distinct in Hawthorne, and the grasp with which it is controlled by him is stronger than that of either Poe or

    A Study of Hawthorne

  • It had its intellectual trouble too -- the impossibility of bringing together the long-cherished idea of Lufa, and the reality of Lufa revealed by herself; the two stared at each other in mortal irreconcilement.

    Home Again

  • In each case there is more or less seeming irreconcilement between the two phases found in combination; but the opposition is rather more distinct in Hawthorne, and the grasp with which it is controlled by him is stronger than that of either Poe or Irving, ” again a result pronouncing him the master.

    A Study Of Hawthorne

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