The Collaborative International Dictionary
Irreversibly \Ir`re*vers"i*bly\, adv. In an irreversible manner.
adv. In an irreversible manner.
adv. in an irreversible manner; "this old tradition is irreversibly disappearing"
Usage examples of "irreversibly".
The way of life that had survived centuries of persecution in China, as well as the nineteeth-century hegira to Laos, was irreversibly altered, at least in its outward forms, within a few years.
Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments has thereby been violated irreversibly since the whereabouts of said remains are not now known.
Deathlands, mainly the once-great conurbations, that were totally and irreversibly destroyed.
A portion of the memory is irreversibly lost in vitrifaction, even in the best cryostats, because the delicate contacts of the synapses sustain damage on the molecular level.
That is, evolution proceeds irreversibly in the direction of increasing differentiation/integration, increasing structural organization, and increasing complexity.
Caruthers, supra) his constitutional property right to due process under the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments has thereby been violated irreversibly since the whereabouts of said remains are not now known.