Meaning of incorrigibly in English:

incorrigibly

Pronunciation /ɪnˈkɒrɪdʒɪbli/

Translate incorrigibly into Spanish

adverb

See incorrigible

as submodifier ‘the incorrigibly macho character of news-gathering operations’
  • ‘It won't change the minds of the incorrigibly and wilfully stupid, but I did find it amusing.’
  • ‘It is an iron law of politics that a protest movement's vitality is directly related to the number of vaguely familiar, incorrigibly smug, poorly informed celebrities the cause can produce on its behalf.’
  • ‘Her statement, however, is incorrigibly abstract and false in its application to the circumstances.’
  • ‘It forms part of what may be called a human orthodoxy, which recognizes that the human animal is incorrigibly flawed.’
  • ‘So much so that nobody even blinks an eyelid when she's being wooed passionately by an incorrigibly flirtatious tour guide.’