But the wounds were immedicable, as events were soon to prove.
The taint was too inveterate to be eradicated; the evil was immedicable; Rome was already effete and moribund.
Here was the agony that lurked in pleasure, the immedicable pain which allured—lights gleamed behind swaying veils.
It has received the immedicable wound; no hellebore can cure it.
Hence, multitudes fled from the immedicable evils of society to the solitude of the desert or the mountain.
Buddhism denied Brahm and every tenet of Brahmanism, save only that which concerned the immedicable misery of life.
immedicable im·med·i·ca·ble (ĭ-měd'ĭ-kə-bəl)