unretrievable


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Synonyms for unretrievable

impossible to recover or recoup or overcome

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The speaker must therefore embark on a journey of repeated representation and praise to try to retrieve the unretrievable past; and, as Petrarch does so frequently in the Canzoniere, Du Bellay marks the ongoing nature of this camino by ending the sonnet with the use of the iterative present: "Je vays chantant vostre gloire plus belle" ("I go along singing your most beautiful glory").
The feature also helps in discovering new areas of subject development, avoiding the "mummy's curse," in which human catalogers have to recognize a term before approving it for usage and then leaving the earlier material using the term un-indexed and unretrievable by that term as an authorized descriptor or metatag.
If the diminutive form of a base word is completely novel, or if it is temporarily unretrievable from memory, analogy will calculate the base's similarity to others that exist in the lexicon.
It's globalisation, you see, as every city sets along the unretrievable path of metamorphosis into some sort of burgerhouse-ridden bit of Americana.
Often, that attention has been couched in terms of forging a link with a European past now unretrievable to the urban, sophisticated travelers and commentators.
Others are not included here because they seemed repetitious, or were almost certainly poems by other poets (such as Ba Huyen Thanh-Quan, a woman whose poetry is sometimes attributed to Ho Xuan Huong), or because they seemed unretrievable in English, even with supportive footnoting.
In contrast to semantic memory - which is highly organized, stable, and immense - episodic memory is "in a constant state of change, and information there is often transformed or made unretrievable" (Klatzky 1980, p.
The discovery of more substantive evidence of this practice would significantly broaden our understanding of dissemination patterns and the role this music played in early New England culture, although ultimately these sources may be unretrievable.
Digital storage methods are inconsistent over time, and much of the data stored this way has been lost or is unretrievable.
In general, it was as if the strengths and resources both described in the relationship prior to breast cancer became background and unretrievable. As a couple, they became more disconnected, isolated, and preoccupied with negativity.
The text here is unretrievable due to a cut in the original manuscript, but the line would end with a rhyming pattern similar to 'passe, was, alas'.
But like Times Mirror's other mortally wounded properties, the Times has had to work overtime to keep morale from sinking to unretrievable depths.