from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Irresoluble.
- adj. Impossible to separate into component parts; irreducible.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Impossible to resolve; insoluble.
- adj. Impossible to separate into its component parts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Incapable of being resolved; not separable into component parts.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not resolvable; incapable of being resolved.
He was actually very close to working for the president, but decided in the end, he did not want to be President Obama's commerce secretary, citing what he called irresolvable conflicts.
It is highly unusual, for instance, to introduce a theme in A Major by setting up its harmony in C# Minor, but then again genius never likes to play by the rules, especially when it sets out to express the searching, irresolvable pangs of love.
After success in the early 1960s with her brother Tom in the British country-music trio the Springfields, she went solo and made her way into the heart of âSwinging London. â Part cartoon, part irresolvable desire, part bruised despair, she peered through heavy mascara and a stack of peroxided hair while singing with breathy sensuality.
A large subset of political disagreements are simply irresolvable by reference to facts, but are simply moral to the core.
According to several attendees, negotiations stalled from the onset over the same issues that have proved irresolvable.
They're more interesting, though seldom compelling, in the historical sections, which are themselves more interesting for the density of detail gleaned from the novel—the shared excruciation of foot binding, the secret language with which the friends communicate, the irresolvable conflict between their love for one another and the pull of dutiful wifedom.
We're left with an irresolvable speculative disagreement; end of story.
Epic states: “A significant number of these problems [irresolvable privacy and security concerns] continue to plague the Secure Flight proposal.”
Once the Tron: Legacy excerpt was finished, and fans got the chance to quiz the cast and crew, there emerged evidence of that irresolvable tension that lies at the heart of Hollywood's capitulation to nerd culture? that is, the inherent clash between the rapacious fan and the artist who sees no value in giving everything away.
The seemingly irresolvable issue of how to deal with existing illegal immigration further complicates reform prospects.