Definitions

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  • adjective Not revocable.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ revocable

Examples

  • The downside, of course, is that you must surrender control of a nonrevocable trust to someone else.

    MORE WEALTH WITHOUT RISK

  • Conversely, if you are in a high-profile, high-liability position, you may want to consider a nonrevocable trust, which would give you total protection.

    MORE WEALTH WITHOUT RISK

  • The downside, of course, is that you must surrender control of a nonrevocable trust to someone else.

    MORE WEALTH WITHOUT RISK

  • Conversely, if you are in a high-profile, high-liability position, you may want to consider a nonrevocable trust, which would give you total protection.

    MORE WEALTH WITHOUT RISK

  • All of the prisoners were placed on "nonrevocable parole," whose participants are not required to report to parole officers and can be sent back to prison only if caught committing a crime.

    The Seattle Times

  • One bill would require a two-thirds vote by the parole board before any parolee could be placed on nonrevocable parole.

    MercedSun-Star.com: front

  • They left their tangled steamship affairs in the hands of my attorney, and they gave him an absolute, ironclad, airtight power of attorney to sell the ship, receive and receipt for all money due the company, and so on, and so on, ad libitum, ad infinitum; said power of attorney being nonrevocable for five years. "

    Cappy Ricks Retires

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