Definition of Ineradicable

1. Adjective. Not able to be destroyed or rooted out. "Ineradicable superstitions"




Definition of Ineradicable

1. a. Incapable of being eradicated or rooted out.

Definition of Ineradicable

1. Adjective. not able to be eradicated ¹

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Definition of Ineradicable

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Ineradicable

1. Incapable of being radicated or rooted out. "The bad seed thus sown was ineradicable." (Ld. Lytton) Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ineradicable

inequations
inequidistant
inequilateral
inequilobate
inequitable
inequitably
inequities
inequity
inequivalence
inequivalent
inequivalve
inequivalved
inequivalves
inequivalvular
ineradicability
ineradicable (current term)
ineradicably
inergetically
inerm
inermis
inermous
inerrability
inerrable
inerrableness
inerrably
inerrancies
inerrancy
inerrant
inerratic
inerringly

Literary usage of Ineradicable

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1. Indian Wars of New England by Herbert Milton Sylvester (1910)
"... but the fact remains, that, like the leopard's spots, the instinct of savagery in the Indian was ineradicable.1 1"Notwithstanding one of the ostensible ..."

2. British Poets of the Nineteenth Century by Curtis Hidden Page (1910)
"... and vines, and meadow- grass, Teemed ineradicable poisonous weeds Draining their growth, for шу «"an breast was dry With grief ; and the thin air, ..."

3. American States, Churches, and Slavery by Joshua Rhodes Balme (1862)
"Horace Greeley, Editor of the New York Tribune, who says, " this human instinct in favour of liberty is ineradicable." INSTRUMENTS OF TORTURE. ..."

4. Practical Christian Socialism: A Conversational Exposition of the True by Adin Ballou (1854)
"A difficult subject—Definition of terms—Amusements an ineradicable want of human nature ; very liable to perversion and ..."

5. Life and Public Services of Charles Sumner by Charles Edwards Lester (1874)
"... against him are stronger battalions than any marshalled by mortal arm,—the inborn, ineradicable, and invincible sentiments of the human heart; ..."

6. Obeah: Witchcraft in the West Indies by Henry Hesketh Joudou Bell (1893)
"... CHAPTER V. Slavery in the West Indies—Laws protecting slaves—Exaggerated reports of cruelties—ineradicable fondness of the negro for bush life—Example ..."

7. Plant Life of Alabama: An Account of the Distribution, Modes of Association by Charles Theodore Mohr (1901)
"... however, that in this plant an almost ineradicable pestiferous weed had been introduced, its cultivation was restricted to low, undrained tracts, ..."

8. The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine (1875)
"... forerunner Isaiah had rebuked it in the previous century, but apparently ineradicable as the ebon line of the Ethiopian and the spots of the leopard. ..."

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