Definition of Incurably

1. Adverb. To an incurable degree. "She was incurably optimistic"

Partainyms: Incurable



2. Adverb. In a manner impossible to cure. "He is incurably ill"
Partainyms: Incurable

Definition of Incurably

1. adv. In a manner that renders cure impracticable or impossible; irremediably.

Definition of Incurably

1. Adverb. In an incurable manner. ¹

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Definition of Incurably

1. [adv]

Medical Definition of Incurably

1. In a manner that renders cure impracticable or impossible; irremediably. "Incurably diseased." . "Incurably wicked." Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incurably

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incunabula
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incunabulum
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incurability
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incurableness
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incurably (current term)
incuriosities
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Literary usage of Incurably

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1. Wise Men from the East and from the West by Abraham Mitrie Rihbany (1922)
"CHAPTER VIII MAN IS NOT incurably RELIGIOUS THERE is a current saying which was ... He may be said to be incurably irreligious and a chronic backslider. ..."

2. The Conservation of the Child: A Manual of Clinical Psychology, Presenting by Arthur Holmes (1912)
"For the incurably retarded this is not difficult. Much has been done already and the schemes are fairly simplified. ..."

3. The Health Exhibition Literature (1884)
"EDUCATION OF incurably DEAF CHILDREN. By WB DALEY, FRCS IT fortunately does not fall to the lot of many to observe 'the process by which a young child who, ..."

4. European Settlements on the West Coast of Africa: With Remarks on the Slave by J. F. Napier Hewett (1862)
"... incurably INSALUBRIOUS. —DESERT BLASTS.—PRODUCE OF THE COUNTRY. AT a certain time in the year the merchants quit Bathurst and ascend the river to ..."

5. Masks, Heads, and Faces: With Some Considerations Respecting the Rise and by Ellen Russell Emerson (1891)
"... when racial pride was incurably wounded, and what stronger evidence that art is the pulse of the nation than is thus given ? With a new sovereignty, ..."

6. The Hindu Law of Marriage and Stridhan by Gooroodass Banerjee (1879)
"Questions fur consideration—Who are incompetent to marry—Minors—Idiots and lunatics—The deaf and dumb, and persons incurably diseased—Impotent persons—One ..."

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