irrevocably irrevocably  /ɪ ˈrɛ və kəb li/


  • (adv) in an irrevocable manner


  1. I can irrevocably say, that neither my father nor I were ever involved in drug-dealing.
  2. Ubuntu is a term that expresses that idea that each man rich, poor, friend, enemy is irrevocably bound to the next.
  3. And until it goes irrevocably goofy at the end, it's a smart ride--and smart-looking too, with rich browns predominant.


  • Spurs vs Heat Game 4: Biggest Key to Victory for Each Team

    The direction of the NBA Finals will be irrevocably changed after Game 4. Either the Miami Heat are going to level the series, or the San Antonio Spurs are going to jump out to a 3-1 lead and all but lock up the NBA title. Coming into the Finals, you would have thought that each game would be a dogfight with little separating the teams. Instead you've had a very good Game 1 followed up by two ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. "If I thought the banks were irrevocably damaged, I would have a different view, but I do believe our major banks have significant franchise values," Bernanke said in testimony before the Senate Banking Committee in Washington.
    on Feb 24, 2009 By: Ben Bernanke Source: Reuters

  2. "Today I have the opportunity to repeat that the Catholic Church is irrevocably committed to the path chosen at the Second Vatican Council for a genuine and lasting reconciliation between Christians and Jews," the Pope said. "As the...
    on May 12, 2009 By: Pope Pius XII Source:

  3. "We are irrevocably married to commercial transportation," said Branch Rickey, president of the PCL and grandson of the legendary Dodgers executive. "There is no room for divorce. We can't get into Priuses or onto buses and solve our...
    on Aug 6, 2008 By: Branch Rickey Source: International Herald Tribune

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