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irrevocable

adjective ir·rev·o·ca·ble \i-ˈre-və-kə-bəl, ˌi(r)- sometimes ˌir-(r)ə-ˈvō-kə-\

: not capable of being changed : impossible to revoke

Full Definition of IRREVOCABLE

:  not possible to revoke :  unalterable <an irrevocable decision>
ir·rev·o·ca·bil·i·ty \-ˌre-və-kə-ˈbi-lə-tē, ˌir-(r)ə-ˌvō-kə-\ noun
ir·rev·o·ca·ble·ness \-ˈre-və-kə-bəl-nəs, ˌir-(r)ə-ˈvō-kə-\ noun
ir·rev·o·ca·bly \-blē\ adverb

Examples of IRREVOCABLE

  1. She has made an irrevocable decision.

Origin of IRREVOCABLE

Middle English, from Latin irrevocabilis, from in- + revocabilis revocable
First Known Use: 14th century

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