from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a manner, or to a degree, that precludes remedy, cure, or correction; in an irremediable way.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a manner, or to a degree, that precludes remedy, cure, or correction.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an irremediable manner; in a manner or degree that precludes remedy or correction.
[Footnote 1: 'irremediably' text 1668, 'immediately' errata 1668.] [Footnote 2: 'who' omitted 1668, inserted 1669.] 61.
There are also a couple of things to remember about the general situation: first, our congress is irremediably corrupt; second, what Obama inherited on taking office was a truly dire economic and foreign policy situation.
But I think we should probably abandon the irremediably religious precisely because that is what they are – irremediable.
Poor soul, here for so little, cast among so many hardships, filled with desires so incommensurate and so inconsistent; savagely surrounded, savagely descended, irremediably condemned to prey upon his fellow-lives.
If you had actually read my book, instead of trying to make a name for yourself at the animals 'expense, you would know I have stated that roughly 5-10% of animals entering shelter are hopelessly ill, irremediably suffering, or truly vicious dogs and at this time in history, they are killed.
This is the country where power rules over all social relations and pragmatic individualism has irremediably weakened people's trust in politics; this is the country of Mafia and Fascism indeed.
Using less coffee and/or a finer grind makes for an irremediably bitter brew, whereas coffee brewed at the upper end of the recommended range and then diluted to taste with hot water is smooth as silk.
Reading A Shropshire Lad, you get the idea something has been irremediably ruined, irretrievably lost.
They rarely deal with the other side of the mortgage equation -- consumers and homeowners -- except to present them uniformly as victims of power plays from above; this resembles the belief that asset swings, or bubbles, are irremediably bad and sould be stamped out before they begin.
If government control is not imposed the unique resources of the National Park may be irremediably degraded by exploitation for short-term profit.
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