remediless

  • 1 Remediless — Re*med i*less (r? m?d ? l?s or r?m ? d? l?s; 277), a. 1. Not admitting of a remedy; incapable of being restored or corrected; incurable; irreparable; as, a remediless mistake or loss. Chains remedilesse. Spenser. [1913 Webster] Hopeless are all… …

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  • 3 remediless — index inoperable (incurable), irredeemable, irremediable, irreparable, irreversible, irrevocable Burton s Legal Thesaurus …

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  • 4 remediless — adjective see remedy I …

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  • 5 remediless — /rem i dee lis/, adj. not admitting of remedy, as disease, trouble, damage, etc.; unremediable. [1400 50; late ME; see REMEDY, LESS] * * * …

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  • 6 remediless — adjective Not having a remedy, not capable of being remedied …

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  • 7 remediless — remɪdɪlɪs adj. cannot be corrected, cannot be fixed; cannot be cured, cannot be healed …

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  • 8 remediless — a. 1. Incurable, irremediable, cureless, desperate, hopeless, past cure. 2. Irreparable, irretrievable, irreclaimable, irrecoverable, irreversible, hopeless, past mending, past hope. 3. Ineffectual, powerless, incapable …

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  • 9 remediless — rem·e·di·less …

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  • 10 remediless — /ˈrɛmədiləs/ (say remuhdeeluhs) adjective not admitting of remedy, as disease, trouble, damage, etc …

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  • 11 remediless — …

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  • 12 Remedilessly — Remediless Re*med i*less (r? m?d ? l?s or r?m ? d? l?s; 277), a. 1. Not admitting of a remedy; incapable of being restored or corrected; incurable; irreparable; as, a remediless mistake or loss. Chains remedilesse. Spenser. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 13 Remedilessness — Remediless Re*med i*less (r? m?d ? l?s or r?m ? d? l?s; 277), a. 1. Not admitting of a remedy; incapable of being restored or corrected; incurable; irreparable; as, a remediless mistake or loss. Chains remedilesse. Spenser. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 14 Incurable — In*cur a*ble, a. [F. incurable, L. incurabilis. See {In } not, and {Curable}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Not capable of being cured; beyond the power of skill or medicine to remedy; as, an incurable disease. [1913 Webster] A scirrhus is not absolutely… …

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  • 15 incurable — a. 1. Immedicable, irremedicable, cureless, remediless, hopeless, irrecoverable, past cure, beyond recovery, beyond medical skill, beyond the help of medicine, beyond the reach of the physician s art. 2. Irremediable, irretrievable, remediless,… …

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  • 16 irrecoverable — a. 1. Irretrievable, lost forever, never to be regained. 2. Irreparable, remediless, irremediable, not to be repaired, that cannot be restored, not to be remedied. 3. Incurable, immedicable, remediless, irremedicable, hopeless, past cure, past… …

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  • 17 irremediable — a. 1. Irreparable, irrecoverable, remediless, beyond correction, beyond redress, past mending. 2. Incurable, remediless, immedicable, irremedicable, hopeless, irrecoverable, beyond cure …

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  • 18 irremediless — adjective Etymology: in (I) + remediless obsolete : remediless …

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  • 19 Imprison — Im*pris on, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Imprisoned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Imprisoning}.] [OE. enprisonen, OF. enprisoner, F. emprisonner; pref. en (L. in) + F. & OF. prison. See {Prison}.] 1. To put in prison or jail; To arrest and detain in custody; to… …

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  • 20 Imprisoned — Imprison Im*pris on, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Imprisoned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Imprisoning}.] [OE. enprisonen, OF. enprisoner, F. emprisonner; pref. en (L. in) + F. & OF. prison. See {Prison}.] 1. To put in prison or jail; To arrest and detain in… …

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