incorrigible

Part of speech: noun

Incorrigibility.

Part of speech: adverb

Incorrigibly.

Part of speech: adjective

That can not be corrected; depraved beyond reform.

Part of speech: noun

Incorrigibleness.

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Usage examples "incorrigible":

  1. And, what an impudent, what an incorrigible, what a hardened impostor, must this writer be, who can tell the public, that this hand- bill excited much apprehension! - "Memoirs of Henry Hunt, Esq. Volume 3", Henry Hunt.
  2. " But it was gunpowder," I insisted; for it was my incorrigible passion for accuracy which had led up to half our arguments on the voyage; but this time Eva let me off. - "Dead Men Tell No Tales", E. W. Hornung.
  3. At last the warmth of the room and very weariness quieted that incorrigible cheep a little, and he was put downstairs out of invalid hearing, with a strip of batting cast, like a snowdrift, over his jaunty dwelling. - "Sigurd Our Golden Collie and Other Comrades of the Road", Katharine Lee Bates.