incurable[in kyo̵or′ə bəl]
not curable; that cannot be remedied or corrected
Origin of incurableOld French ; from Late Latin incurabilis
a person having an incurable disease or disorder
- Being such that a cure is impossible; not curable: an incurable disease.
- Incapable of being altered, as in disposition or habits: an incurable optimist; an incurable smoker.
- One who cannot be cured.
OriginSee also: incurrable
From Old French incurable, from Late Latin incurabilis