Definition of Remediless

1. a. Not admitting of a remedy; incapable of being restored or corrected; incurable; irreparable; as, a remediless mistake or loss.



Definition of Remediless

1. Adjective. Not having a remedy; not capable of being remedied. ¹

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Definition of Remediless

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Remediless

remediable
remedial
remedial teaching
remedially
remediat
remediate
remediated
remediates
remediating
remediation
remediations
remediator
remediators
remedied
remedies
remediless (current term)
remedilessness
remeding
remedy
remedying
remedyless
remeet
remeeting
remeets
remeid
remeided
remeiding
remeids
remelt
remelted

Literary usage of Remediless

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1. Satan in Society by Nicholas Francis Cooke, Physician (1873)
"This Exposure too Wanton for Apology if remediless. the face and eyes of the public. ... Now if, in the opinion of the author, all this were remediless, ..."

2. A Selection of Leading Cases in Equity: With Notes by Horace Binney Wallace, Frederick Thomas White, John Innes Clark Hare, Owen Davies Tudor (1876)
"... and upon that account the plaintiff ought to be relieved in equity, because he is remediless at lasv for want of a legal demand and tender upon the day. ..."

3. The Life and Correspondence of Rufus King: Comprising His Letters, Private by Rufus King (1898)
"... King —Regrets his Despondence on the political State—Hopes it is not remediless—King to G. Morris—Wishes to discuss with him respecting Impressment—King ..."

4. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1850)
"... noble are exposed as preys To the rapine of physicians ; and they, In lingering out what is remediless, Aim at their profit, not the patient's health. ..."

5. The Trial of Theodore Parker: For the "misdemeanor" of a Speech in Faneuil by Theodore Parker (1855)
"... and the liberties of Parliament; and to neglect our persons and bodies, and to let them lie in prison, and that durante bene placi/o, remediless! ..."

6. The Trial of Theodore Parker: For the "misdemeanor" of a Speech in Faneuil by Theodore Parker (1855)
"... and the liberties of Parliament; and to neglect our persons and bodies, and to let them lie in prison, and that durante bene placito, remediless! ..."

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