adjective ir·remissible \¦i, ¦ir, ¦iə+\

Definition of irremissible

  1. :  not remissible: such as a :  impossible to overlook or forgive :  unpardonable irremissible crimes b :  impossible to refrain from or escape :  obligatory irremissible duties an irremissible responsibility


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Origin and Etymology of irremissible

Middle French, from Late Latin irremissibilis, from Latin in- 2in- + Late Latin remissibilis remissible — more at remissible

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