Definition of irredeemable
- irredeemable bond
- irredeemable mistakes
She does not believe that anyone is completely irredeemable.
Without intervention, the country could fall into irredeemable chaos.
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: not able to be saved, helped, or made better
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to speak or write verbosely and windily
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