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Irremissible

Irremissible \Ir`re*mis"si*ble\, a. [L. irremissibilis: cf. F. irr['e]missible. See In- not, and Remissible.] Not remissible; unpardonable; as, irremissible crimes.
--Burke. -- Ir`re*mis"si*ble, n. -- Ir`re*mis"si*bly, adv.

Irremissible

Irremissible \Ir`re*mis"si*ble\, a. [L. irremissibilis: cf. F. irr['e]missible. See In- not, and Remissible.] Not remissible; unpardonable; as, irremissible crimes.
--Burke. -- Ir`re*mis"si*ble, n. -- Ir`re*mis"si*bly, adv.

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irremissible

a. Not remissible.

Usage examples of "irremissible".

I refer, of course, to the reiving of our funds by that insufferable rogue, that leprous villain, that feculent dastard, that heinous rapscallion, that irremissible scapegrace, that—"