irremovable irremovable


  • (adj) incapable of being removed or away or dismiss


  1. India was free, but the blood bath of partition and the uprooting of the population had left irremovable scars.
  2. To all intents and purposes they are irremovable, which accounts for the fact that many of them are so decrepit that they have to be trundled to the Senate building in armchairs.
  3. Molten bronze poured between the two clay surfaces melted the wax and replaced it, forming a hollow statue of bronze filled with irremovable clay.


  • Orlando police to start using CopDots technology to combat property crimes

    Orlando Police Department said at news conference on Thursday they will be using CopDots, a new technology that will help combat property crimes. CopDots, a high-tech adhesive that contains thousands of tiny dots with a unique and irremovable number on it, allows residents to mark their property. "The individual numbers on this pen will be a DNA number that's registered to the person who ...
    on August 2, 2013     Source: Local 6 Orlando


  1. Billing panchayati raj institutions (PRIs) as an "ineluctable, irremovable and irreversible" part of the Indian system, Mr. Aiyar said it was hugely successful in politically empowering women and the marginal sections of society.
    on Dec 14, 2006 By: Mani Shankar Aiyar Source: Hindu

  2. "What it seems is that his legacy is being measured by himself and others in terms of things that perhaps are irremovable and therefore when we speak about the Patterson legacy we tend to hear them talk about highways, stadiums, edifices, monuments...
    on Aug 27, 2005 By: Bruce Golding Source: Jamaica Observer

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untenable untenable
/ən ˈtɛ nə bəl /