Definition of irredeemably in US English:

irredeemably

adverb

  • See irredeemable

    • ‘Or is that just a sign that I'm irredeemably old-fashioned?’
    • ‘Perhaps men are irredeemably sexist.’
    • ‘Relying as they must on our current ideas of what is true, important, and right, our judgments about progress can begin to appear irredeemably parochial.’
    • ‘Far from protecting Thailand's democracy, they could by their action irredeemably shatter it, inviting, in the worst case, violence and military intervention.’
    • ‘Each has been corrupted by its occupation and seen its reputation irredeemably tarnished by the harsh, repressive and trigger-happy behaviour of its soldiers.’

Pronunciation

irredeemably

/ˌɪ(r)rəˈdiməbli//ˌi(r)rəˈdēməblē/