Meaning of irreclaimably in English:



See irreclaimable

‘‘The oppressed,’ snarled Bierce, ‘are dirty, vicious, and irreclaimably ignorant.’’
  • ‘No man who has once heartily and wholly laughed can be altogether irreclaimably bad.’
  • ‘The Monsignor described the Abbey as a little corner of England which is irreclaimably French.’
  • ‘The brown thrush is instinctively and irreclaimably a recluse.’
  • ‘Others claim that the continuance of the sanctions carries in itself a risk that this country could irreclaimably become a rebel and alienated one.’