Definition of irremediably in US English:

irremediably

adverb

  • See irremediable

    • ‘ICON is a word that has irremediably lost its original meaning.’
    • ‘Truth may be universal but human perception and expression of it are irremediably situated.’
    • ‘Others say that real art there was impossible, that it was irremediably contaminated by the propagandistic powers of socialism.’
    • ‘Let's leave aside those of us who believe that the judgment of art is irremediably subjective.’
    • ‘The story of Lucy Partington, his cousin, is irremediably terrible.’
    • ‘But it is irremediably confused and confusing.’

Pronunciation

irremediably

/ˌi(r)rəˈmēdēəblē//ˌɪ(r)rəˈmidiəbli/