Definition of Irreformable

1. a. Incapable of being reformed; incorrigible.



Definition of Irreformable

1. Adjective. That cannot be reformed ¹

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Definition of Irreformable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irreformable

irredentists
irreducibilities
irreducibility
irreducible
irreducible complexity
irreducible hernia
irreducibleness
irreducibles
irreducibly
irredundant
irreferential
irreflection
irreflective
irreflexive
irreformability
irreformable (current term)
irrefragability
irrefragable
irrefragableness
irrefragably
irrefrangibility
irrefrangible
irrefrangibleness
irrefrangibly
irrefromable
irrefusable
irrefutability
irrefutable
irrefutableness
irrefutably

Literary usage of Irreformable

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1. Church Unity: Studies of Its Most Important Problems by Charles Augustus Briggs (1909)
"An irreformable dogmatic statement in the present time, even if given by the Pope, is presumptively of more value than an irreformable dogmatic statement of ..."

2. Recensio synoptica annotationis sacrae, being a critical digest and by Samuel Thomas Bloomfield (1826)
"... and irreformable. This interpretation is confirmed by the authority of Chrysostom, Grotius, &c. 32. os oiv €?TT») Xo'yov KO.TO. ..."

3. The Pope, the Kings and the People: A History of the Movement to Make the by William Arthur (1877)
"But memory was repeating two terrific words, and imagination kept saying that the winds were whispering, irreformable! Anathema ! ..."

4. Church Unity: Studies of Its Most Important Problems by Charles Augustus Briggs (1909)
"An irreformable dogmatic statement in the present time, even if given by the Pope, is presumptively of more value than an irreformable dogmatic statement of ..."

5. Recensio synoptica annotationis sacrae, being a critical digest and by Samuel Thomas Bloomfield (1826)
"... and irreformable. This interpretation is confirmed by the authority of Chrysostom, Grotius, &c. 32. os oiv €?TT») Xo'yov KO.TO. ..."

6. The Pope, the Kings and the People: A History of the Movement to Make the by William Arthur (1877)
"But memory was repeating two terrific words, and imagination kept saying that the winds were whispering, irreformable! Anathema ! ..."

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