Definition of irrevocability in English:

irrevocability

noun

  • See irrevocable

    • ‘The swiftness and irrevocability of the changes it had brought about left him with nothing he could use to rebuild his sense of being.’
    • ‘But when I think about it, the reality, the responsibility, the irrevocability of it, there's no spark, no enthusiasm.’
    • ‘It secures publicity and transparency, she said, and added that the best aspect of it was the irrevocability of deals.’
    • ‘In fact, the poet finds her most powerful tool to be one of the clearest markers of the irrevocability of the loss.’
    • ‘As used by Conner, the unique qualities of the watercolor felt tip pen are: immediacy and irrevocability.’

Pronunciation

irrevocability

/ɪrɛvəkəˈbɪlɪti/