Definition of irreconcilably in US English:

irreconcilably

adverb

  • See irreconcilable

    • ‘But it is true that a key area that divided them was the issue of the treatment of India's Muslim minority, and this may be where the two men's admirers diverge irreconcilably.’
    • ‘There's no reason to think we all need to agree on everything, but neither is there a reason to think that we want is fundamentally and irreconcilably different.’
    • ‘Forde's play asks a series of questions: What happens when our convictions - and our callings - clash irreconcilably with those of our neighbours?’
    • ‘Left-wing opinion was irreconcilably opposed to the war.’
    • ‘By the same logic, anyone deciding to not be a part of it will be totally and irreconcilably excluded from it.’

Pronunciation

irreconcilably

/ɪ(r)ˌrɛk(ə)nˈsaɪləbli//i(r)ˌrek(ə)nˈsīləblē/