He describes him as irredeemably corrupt, not an appropriate partner for a pacification program, and cannot change.
The average Italian presumes that the state is hopelessly inefficient and irredeemably corrupt in equal measure.
If that theory is true Mohammad may have felt he had been humiliated and had irredeemably lost face.
The skateboarder is as irredeemably evil as the others are noble.
No, for he was disgraced; absolutely, irredeemably, atrociously disgraced.
Here was one half of the evidence in Lexman's favour gone, irredeemably.
Thou forgett'st the daring Italian, without whose coolness and skill we must indeed have irredeemably perished.
The average is higher among them, and they are not so irredeemably uninteresting.
Bad every inch of him, hopelessly, irredeemably bad was this mountain of humanity.
It is only a complete absence of the moral faculty which is irredeemably bad.