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- adj. Alternative spelling of irrevocable.
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- adj. Irrevocable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. incapable of being retracted or revoked
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Invoking God is the ultimate cop out, the admission of irrecoverable and irrevokable failure to address the immediate reality of your situation, and the complete refusal to attempt to deal with that reality, and I'm not ready to make that admission yet, or even ever.
I think if a man wants to influence a choice that, by rights, should belong to the woman they should have to sign an irrevokable, unassailable legal document, (no appeals allowed) claiming that they will forever be responsible, in EVERY way for any child, then fine they can offer their opinion on the subject, otherwise, mind your own business.
The next trespass will bring punishment, swift and sure and irrevokable.
On that occasion Moses prayed fervently for his people, and not wholly without effect -- God had threatened to "smite them with the pestilence, and disinherit them," but receded from his threatening through the prevalence of that intercessor in their behalf -- "the Lord said I have pardoned according to thy word;" but at the same time, denounced an irrevokable sentence of death in the wilderness against those rebels.
These gifts of domestics to the younger members of the family, were not irrevokable: yet they were very rarely withdrawn.
 Mar. 11 crimes not serious enough [to deserve] the punishment of an irrevokable death sentence were all pardoned.
Social media is here to stay, and it's becoming an integral, irrevokable part of the
... even now, denying, I know that part of me weeps when she is gone, that she has marked me, irrevokable and eternal, her property to do with as she will.
der is kno need tew tew explain ur choices there is no need to regale urself the errors r dun an irrevokable
Granted I flunked contracts, but even I know that the terms don’t become irrevokable until the contract is ratified.