irremeable

adjective
ir·re·me·able | \i-ˈrē-mē-ə-bəl, ˌi(r)-\

Definition of irremeable 

: offering no possibility of return irremeable losses

First Known Use of irremeable

1569, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for irremeable

Latin irremeabilis, from in- + remeare to go back, from re- + meare to go — more at permeate

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