irretrievable


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Synonyms for irretrievable

impossible to recover or recoup or overcome

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It was the first scene of open anger between the couple in their sad seven years together, and Ethan felt as if he had lost an irretrievable advantage in descending to the level of recrimination.
He did not know the proper time to call, nor was there any one to tell him, and he was afraid of committing himself to an irretrievable blunder.
More than a century afterwards, in 1731, when the evil was complete and irretrievable, an order was issued that all stray animals should be destroyed.
You villain, why do you shrink from plunging into the irretrievable Gazette?
Had the Tetons stayed their efforts on the margin of the grass, it is probable that the honour of the day would have been theirs, notwithstanding the irretrievable loss they had sustained in the death of Mahtoree.
However, prosecutors were unable to prove Parker's attack had caused the stroke and now the 33-yearold, of Greenside You significant irretrievable on an vulnerable Recorder House, Cowpen, Blyth, has been jailed for four years and 10 months after he admitted assault with intent to rob and theft.
Besides cruelty, the husband also raised the ground of irretrievable breakdown of marriage by narrating that their wedlock has virtually lost its meaning as they were living separately for 12 years and had reached a point of no return.
In line with the decision of the Government to revitalize sick CPSUs wherever possible or to wind up irretrievable cases, the dissolution of the CIWTC would be initiated after disposal of movable and immovable assets.
People like him are born in centuries and his death has left millions orphaned today, who will need fortitude and courage to come to terms with their grief over this irretrievable loss.
However, the couple later divorced, citing an irretrievable breakdown in their marriage.
The village has come under threat following Israeli plans to build part of the West Bank wall that would cause irretrievable damage to the ancient irrigation system.
COA reports on malversation or divertion of tax money get published after the damage became irretrievable.
Runaway climate change will, the scientists warn, leave a big, irreversible trace, and the benign climate we currently thrive in could be as irretrievable as the ancient city of Nimrud.
The land is showing signs of economic success on the back of hydroelectric power and tourism, but what has been lost of its ancient culture is irretrievable.
it's definitely not irretrievable to bounce back from a situation like this.