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irredeemable

adjective ir·re·deem·able \ˌir-i-ˈdē-mə-bəl\

: not able to be saved, helped, or made better

Full Definition of IRREDEEMABLE

1
:  not redeemable: as
a :  not terminable by payment of the principal <irredeemable bond>
b :  inconvertible a
2
:  being beyond remedy :  hopeless <irredeemable mistakes>
ir·re·deem·ably \-blē\ adverb

Examples of IRREDEEMABLE

  1. She does not believe that anyone is completely irredeemable.
  2. Without intervention, the country could fall into irredeemable chaos.

First Known Use of IRREDEEMABLE

1609

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