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Synonyms for incurable

Synonyms for incurable

offering no hope or expectation of improvement

Antonyms for incurable

a person whose disease is incurable

incapable of being cured


unalterable in disposition or habits

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The Animal Birth Control Rules (ABC rules) formulated under Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act of 1960 mandated killing of only rabiesafflicted, incurably ill or mortally wounded dogs.
Our [pounds sterling]18 billion investment portfolio gives us the independence to support such transformative work as the sequencing and understanding of the human genome, research that established front-line drugs for malaria, and Wellcome Collection, our free venue for the incurably curious that explores medicine, life and art.
One remains therefore incurably ignorant about the intrinsic property of things in themselves.
And this brings us to blind mouse number three: a good-looking little rodent by all accounts, incurably photogenic, or so the sighted claim.
Brilliant, charming, and incurably rebellious 20-year-old Will Hunting's life is going on a downward spiral when he gets involved with a rough Boston neighbourhood.
The street stands wholly sullen and apathetic to their foolhardiness and insanity, hurting the masses so incurably.
Sherrod Brown won't be considered because the Democratic Party's activist core is incurably devoted to identity politics -- the proposition that people are whatever their gender is (or their race or ethnicity or sexual orientation or whatever seems stupendously important at the moment).
I don't know, but I won't be claiming any more than I would claim for the bomb damage which has left me more or less incurably deaf in one ear.
The fingered, seems, incurably fisted to a paltry And, it seems, if they're not fuming in traffic jams, they're moaning at what they seem to regard as a great misfortune and unfairness.
Even worse, by first generating hopes and later disappointment, he caused despair among those who now believe that there is something incurably wrong with Turkish political culture.
The modern concept of hospice includes palliative care for the incurably ill given in such institutions as hospitals or nursing homes, but also care provided to those who would rather spend their last months and days of life in their own homes.
And in 2008 we gave PS3,000 to The Jessie May Trust in Wiltshire so Mark and Lucie Morrison could get vital respite as they cared for their incurably ill six-year-old daughter Daisy Mae in Bristol.
I started to worry that I was becoming incurably cynical, but then I saw Team GB playing Senegal at Olympic football and realised that I'm right and everybody else is wrong - although I reserve the right to watch Usain Bolt and Bradley Wiggins without fear of sanctions.
The story of the incurably naughty Henry and his well behaved brother Perfect Peter proved a big hit with children.
It's a fresh and interesting reformatting of her 2005 award-winning title The Blue Jean Book, the story of denim's rise from its origins with hardscrabble miners and cowboys to its popularity among labourers, rebels and the incurably hip.