incurably incurably


  1. (adv) to an incurable degree
  2. (adv) in a manner impossible to cure


  1. Her words resonate with the knowledge that her breast cancer has spread incurably to her ribs and hip.
  2. But many of the wives who came to Taiwan in search of a better life end up incurably homesick.
  3. He might be compared to Douglas Fairbanks gone incurably insane.



  1. Thompson was a counterculture icon at the height of the Watergate era, though even before that Richard Nixon said the writer represented "that dark, venal, and incurably violent side of the American character."
    on Feb 20, 2005 By: Richard Nixon Source: Vail Daily News

  2. People are especially drawn to eight because "the number has a circular quality to it," said Kreskin. "Eights are mystical and mankind is an incurably mystical race."
    on Aug 8, 2008 By: Kreskin Source: FOXNews

  3. "It is necessary to support the development of palliative treatments that offer integral care and dispense to incurably sick people that human support and spiritual accompaniment they so need," the Pope said today before praying the Angelus with...
    on Feb 11, 2007 By: Pope Benedict XVI Source: Zenit News Agency

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untenable untenable
/ən ˈtɛ nə bəl /