Examples of irrevocable in a Sentence
She has made an irrevocable decision.
Recent Examples of irrevocable from the Web
When LeBron James took his talents to South Beach, the damage to his image, and reputation at first seemed irrevocable.
Poland was grilled by its European Union colleagues over democratic values at an unprecedented hearing on Tuesday, just days before its latest court overhaul is set to make irrevocable changes to the justice system.
These are ideas involving irrevocable choices, changes and that funny way that life has of making even great gains come with a loss.
This year, in recognition of its 50th anniversary, the museum is celebrating the irrevocable impact these early images made on the field of portraiture at large.
Our daughters are joint trustees on our irrevocable life insurance trust.
Again, this offered an irrevocable upgrade to the corresponding unrestricted version after installation.
At each step, his opponents have had to choose between giving him one more slice of salami and staging an irrevocable breach.
The employee will also submit a notice of retirement, which according to the settlement agreement is irrevocable, and is to be effective July 1, 2020.
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irrevocable and Trusts
Irrevocable has a formal sound to it and is often used in legal contexts. Irrevocable trusts are trust funds that cannot be dissolved by the people who created them (the other kind is a revocable trust). An irrevocable credit is an absolute obligation from a bank to provide credit to a customer. Irrevocable gifts, under U.S. tax law, are gifts that are given by one living person to another and can't be reclaimed by the giver. But the word isn't always legal; we've all had to make irrevocable decisions, decisions that commit us absolutely to something.
IRREVOCABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of irrevocable for English Language Learners
: not capable of being changed : impossible to revoke
IRREVOCABLE Defined for Kids
legal Definition of irrevocable
- the offer was irrevocable for ten days
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