irredeemably

irredeemable

[ir-i-dee-muh-buhl]
adjective
1.
not redeemable; incapable of being bought back or paid off.
2.
irremediable; irreparable; hopeless.
3.
beyond redemption; irreclaimable.
4.
(of paper money) not convertible into gold or silver.

Origin:
1600–10; ir-2 + redeemable

irredeemability, irredeemableness, noun
irredeemably, adverb
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irredeemable (ˌɪrɪˈdiːməbəl)
 
adj
1.  (of bonds, debentures, shares, etc) without a date of redemption of capital; incapable of being bought back directly or paid off
2.  (of paper money) not convertible into specie
3.  (of a sinner) not able to be saved or reformed
4.  (of a loss) not able to be recovered; irretrievable
5.  not able to be improved or rectified; irreparable
 
irredeema'bility
 
n
 
irre'deemableness
 
n
 
irre'deemably
 
adv

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