irrevocable

Part of speech: adjective

Incapable of being revoked or repealed; unalterable.

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Usage examples "irrevocable":

  1. No matter what you say now, the new order of things is irrevocable. - "A Son of the Immortals", Louis Tracy.
  2. I could not bear to inflict so much shame and mortification; and besides, the past being irrevocable, it would only aggravate the disappointment which I was determined every future application should meet with. - "Jane Talbot", Charles Brockden Brown.
  3. In a few moments, the irrevocable monosyllable will be uttered. - "Coningsby", Benjamin Disraeli.