Irremeable meaning

ĭ-rēmē-ə-bəl
Affording no possibility of return.
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(archaic) From which there is no return.
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(obsolete) Admitting no return.

An irremeable way.

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Origin of irremeable

  • Latin irremeābilis in- not in–1 remeāre to return (re- re-) (meāre to go mei-1 in Indo-European roots)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Latin irremeabilis; prefix ir- not + remeabilis returning, from remeare: compare French irréméable. See remeant.

    From Wiktionary