unredeemable

adjective
un·re·deem·able | \ ˌən-ri-ˈdē-mə-bəl \

Definition of unredeemable 

: unable to be redeemed or made better : irredeemable an unredeemable scoundrel turning unredeemable characters into protagonists we can pull for —William Buchheit

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But this story belongs to Hadley and her father, an ugly, unredeemable man. Susan Glaser, cleveland.com, "New in young-adult fiction: authors tackle gun violence, sexual assault, domestic abuse," 25 Jan. 2018 Her men are brutal and unredeemable, her women hell-bent on absolution through annihilation. The Dirty Men And Women Of Esquire, Esquire, "The Sexiest Erotic Novels of All Time," 29 Mar. 2017

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First Known Use of unredeemable

1551, in the meaning defined above

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