It is different because it ends a life, and for that reason it is irrevocable.
She is right that, for some, the stain of humiliation can indeed be irrevocable.
She filed for divorce in August 2009 because of an “irrevocable breakdown.”
They can click the "cancel" button and read through a big warning about how the step is irrevocable.
The killing of Trayvon Martin is a terrifying tragedy that has inflicted a loss that is irrevocable.
Linger not in the thoughts of the past, Poppa; it is irrevocable.
Her eyes burned with the horror of witnessing some irrevocable deed.
She retires to the convent in the isle of Nonnewerth, and takes the irrevocable veil.
He could not bear to view reflected in them, the reproachful and irrevocable Past.
It is through the irresistible and irrevocable decrees of the gods that the city has fallen.