Definition of irreplaceably in English:

irreplaceably

adverb

See irreplaceable

  • ‘Jason shows once again why he is such an irreplaceably compelling voice in the blogosphere.’
  • ‘But you should make the investment, because at her best she is irreplaceably funny.’
  • ‘According to Levy, resourcefulness in managing non-routine tasks is an irreplaceably human way of being smart.’
  • ‘It's hard when someone who was so much a part of your life is suddenly, irreplaceably gone.’
  • ‘Win or lose, all the players, when they look back on the tournament, must find it an irreplaceably valuable experience.’

Pronunciation

irreplaceably

/-blē/