Definition of Irrevocability

1. n. The state or quality of being irrevocable; irrevocableness.



Definition of Irrevocability

1. Noun. The state or condition of being irrevocable. ¹

2. Noun. Something irrevocable. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Irrevocability

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irrevocability

irreverent
irreverently
irreversibilities
irreversibility
irreversible
irreversible colloid
irreversible hydrocolloid
irreversible process
irreversible reaction
irreversible shock
irreversibleness
irreversibly
irrevisability
irrevisable
irrevocabilities
irrevocability (current term)
irrevocable
irrevocableness
irrevocably
irrevokable
irrevokably
irrevoluble
irrhythmic
irrhythmically
irridenta
irridentas
irridentism
irridentist
irridescent
irrigable

Literary usage of Irrevocability

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1. The Paraná: With Incidents of the Paraguayan War, and South American by Thomas Joseph Hutchinson (1868)
"... Classes of "Patentes"— Licences for Trades and Professions — Exemption of Doctors and Lawyers — irrevocability of Payment — Varieties of Miscellaneous ..."

2. International Commercial Law: Being the Principles of Mercantile Law of the by Leone Levi (1863)
"irrevocability OF BILLS. A bill of exchange once issued cannot be revoked. The engagement of the drawer is absolute and irrevocable, and he is not excused ..."

3. Nomisma: Or, "Legal Tender." by Henri Cernuschi (1877)
"THE irrevocability OF THE 15£. Would it not be advisable to agree that the ratio 15-J might be modified after a certain period ? ..."

4. The Civil Laws of France to the Present Time: Supplemented by Notes by France, David Mitchell Aird (1875)
"Exceptions to the Rule of irrevocability of Gifts inter Vivos. A gift inter vivos cannot be revoked except for non-performance of its conditions, ..."

5. Civil Code of the State of Louisiana: Preceded by the Treaty of Cession with by Louisiana, Citizen of Louisiana (1825)
"Of the Exception to the Rule oj the irrevocability of Donations inter vivos. ART. 1546. — Donations inter vivos are liable to be revoked or dissolved on ..."

6. Code Napoleon; Or, The French Civil Code by France, George Spence (1827)
"Of Exceptions to the Rule on the irrevocability of Donations during Life. 953. The donation during life shall not be revoked except for cause of the ..."

7. Handbook of the Roman Law by Ferdinand Mackeldey, Moses Aaron Dropsie (1883)
"... the irrevocability of which depends only on the fact that the other did not revoke the gift in his lifetime and the donee is also dead, then in case of ..."

8. The Paraná: With Incidents of the Paraguayan War, and South American by Thomas Joseph Hutchinson (1868)
"... Classes of "Patentes"— Licences for Trades and Professions — Exemption of Doctors and Lawyers — irrevocability of Payment — Varieties of Miscellaneous ..."

9. International Commercial Law: Being the Principles of Mercantile Law of the by Leone Levi (1863)
"irrevocability OF BILLS. A bill of exchange once issued cannot be revoked. The engagement of the drawer is absolute and irrevocable, and he is not excused ..."

10. Nomisma: Or, "Legal Tender." by Henri Cernuschi (1877)
"THE irrevocability OF THE 15£. Would it not be advisable to agree that the ratio 15-J might be modified after a certain period ? ..."

11. The Civil Laws of France to the Present Time: Supplemented by Notes by France, David Mitchell Aird (1875)
"Exceptions to the Rule of irrevocability of Gifts inter Vivos. A gift inter vivos cannot be revoked except for non-performance of its conditions, ..."

12. Civil Code of the State of Louisiana: Preceded by the Treaty of Cession with by Louisiana, Citizen of Louisiana (1825)
"Of the Exception to the Rule oj the irrevocability of Donations inter vivos. ART. 1546. — Donations inter vivos are liable to be revoked or dissolved on ..."

13. Code Napoleon; Or, The French Civil Code by France, George Spence (1827)
"Of Exceptions to the Rule on the irrevocability of Donations during Life. 953. The donation during life shall not be revoked except for cause of the ..."

14. Handbook of the Roman Law by Ferdinand Mackeldey, Moses Aaron Dropsie (1883)
"... the irrevocability of which depends only on the fact that the other did not revoke the gift in his lifetime and the donee is also dead, then in case of ..."

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