Nearly all of them were totally ruined--an irreparable
But, my dear captain, an accident may happen in a moment, and it would require but one unlucky blow to do the balloon an irreparable
injury, so that the trip would be totally defeated; therefore we must act with the greatest caution.
For that reason I turned away from you this evening when you upset my books, for I was in danger at the time, and any show of surprise and emotion upon your part might have drawn attention to my identity and led to the most deplorable and irreparable
You know, Count, it is much more honorable to admit one's mistake than to let matters become irreparable
Philander, will result in an irreparable
delay, for I was just rowing over to obtain this pamphlet.
I asked him to reflect on the irreparable
eclipse that he would be casting over the Duskydale ballroom.
Suppose that he has been guilty of some irreparable
error, from the shameful consequences of which there is no escape; a sordid nature swallows down the disgrace and survives it, the wise man drinks the hemlock and dies.
This letter, sir, I received within a fortnight after the irreparable
loss I have mentioned; and within a fortnight afterwards, Mr Allworthy--the blessed Mr Allworthy, came to pay me a visit, when he placed me in the house where you now see me, gave me a large sum of money to furnish it, and settled an annuity of L50 a-year upon me, which I have constantly received ever since.
It is an irreparable
loss to us and, I venture to say, to science.
If she went to Helena, and told her what had passed, that very act might bring down the irreparable
mischief that he threatened he had the power, and that she knew he had the will, to do.
I need not describe the feelings of those whose dearest ties are rent by that most irreparable
evil, the void that presents itself to the soul, and the despair that is exhibited on the countenance.
While these words were being spoken, Pesca, happily and fussily unconscious of the irreparable
wrong which the crockery had suffered at his hands, was dragging a large arm-chair to the opposite end of the room, so as to command us all three, in the character of a public speaker addressing an audience.
estrangement; but if there has been nothing irreparable
The anguish of irreparable
loss is familiar to us all.
So tender were his lamentations, that the kindly Mr Boffin was quite sorry for him, and almost felt mistrustful that in buying the house he had done him an irreparable