Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Without cure; incurable; not admitting of a remedy: as, a cureless disorder.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Incapable of cure; incurable.

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  • adjective Lacking a cure, incurable.

Etymologies

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From cure +‎ -less.

Examples

  • Surely Bieber's millions of fans consumed with the cureless 'Bieber Fever' would do anything to spend a day in Sam's paws.

    Wendy Diamond: Animal Fair Media's 2011 Most Eligible Pets Will Make A Belieber Out Of You!

  • Surely Bieber's millions of fans consumed with the cureless 'Bieber Fever' would do anything to spend a day in Sam's paws.

    Wendy Diamond: Animal Fair Media's 2011 Most Eligible Pets Will Make A Belieber Out Of You!

  • I fear thee, - no longer need I veil my dread 'neath words, - lest thou devise against my child some cureless ill.

    Medea

  • 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.

    The Argonautica

  • I fear thee, - no longer need I veil my dread 'neath words, - lest thou devise against my child some cureless ill.

    Medea

  • 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.

    The Last Man

  • Raymond then lamented the cureless evil of his situation with Perdita.

    The Last Man

  • 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.

    The Last Man

  • 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.

    Punch, Or The London Charivari, Volume 102, Jan. 2, 1892

  • Perhaps its removal may cause cureless deformity; or it may be the stain goes as deep as life itself.

    The Short-story

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