unredeemable


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Synonyms for unredeemable

insusceptible of reform

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Malaparte's narrative aims to retrieve a tragic sense of history by reclaiming center stage for the irreconcilable aporias at the roots of modern Europe that WWII pushed to the foreground, such as the unredeemable conflict between technology and creaturely life.
With nearly 25 per cent of the fines rendered unredeemable, such fines cost a significant percentage of revenue for car rental firms.
But for all her guts and valor, and for all her unredeemable venality (and she is especially refreshing after the goody-goody heroines who persuaded the wrongdoing man to go to jail and 'pay his debt to society'), she hadn't a soul she could call her own.
While there are a few aspects to applaud--the roof deck landscaped by James Corner Field Operations, the new middle school, and 58 affordable-housing units--the rest is unredeemable.
Simpson's critique finds civic engagement and liberal education to be unredeemable.
I felt that they knew who I was and would find me unredeemable.
Tenders are invited for the redevelopment and refurbishment of this two storey, approximately 121m^2, historical building will involve the stripping and replacement of unredeemable structures, completions and finishes, in line with strict conservation guidelines.
By contrast, those whose lassitude or infirmity impeded their ability to secure steady work were considered unredeemable, and therefore were left to dwell in the pre-existing private slums that continued to skirt these newly built structures.
Chapter 4 reinforces the social perspective of the credit-debt relationship by exploring two types of debt: "objective" or contractual debts (no) that can be repaid, and "subjective" or socially-sanctioned forms of debt (on) grounded on gratitude or familial obligations that are perpetually unredeemable (pp.
Worcester has found one-goal deficits to be irrelevant this season and two-goal deficits to be manageable, but falling behind by 3-0 is generally unredeemable.
Hawthorne filled The House of the Seven Gables with another cast of characters who combine both positive and negative attributes and are treated sympathetically, with the exception of the unredeemable Judge Pyncheon.
He specifies that either the poor and the rich have basically the same nature, and consequently, can receive education or they 'are of a race essentially different from ours, and unredeemable (which, however often implied, I have heard none yet openly say]' (17.
It was an ugly, hate-filled attack that the paper chose to unleash on its loyal subscribers and online readers, handing over its circulation to an unredeemable set of slurs and slanders.
In her review and critique of children's Bible story books, she uses five criteria--"the five P's of a feminist picture Bible"--pronouns, people of color, critique of power, women who speak or act, and pictures to evaluate them as either unredeemable, not much better, salvageable and recommendable.