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irradicable

adjective ir·rad·i·ca·ble \i-ˈra-di-kə-bəl, ˌi(r)-\

Definition of IRRADICABLE

:  impossible to eradicate :  deep-rooted <irradicable hatred>
ir·rad·i·ca·bly \-blē\ adverb

Origin of IRRADICABLE

Medieval Latin irradicabilis, from Latin in- + radic-, radix root — more at root
First Known Use: 1728

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