Definition of Irreparableness

1. n. Quality of being irreparable.



Definition of Irreparableness

1. Noun. The quality of being irreparable. ¹

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Definition of Irreparableness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irreparableness

irremissibility
irremissible
irremissibleness
irremissibly
irremission
irremissive
irremittable
irremovability
irremovable
irremovably
irremunerable
irrenowned
irrep
irreparability
irreparable
irreparableness (current term)
irreparably
irreparate
irrepealability
irrepealable
irrepentance
irreplaceability
irreplaceable
irreplaceableness
irreplaceably
irreplicability
irreplicable
irreprehensible
irrepresentable
irrepressibility

Literary usage of Irreparableness

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1. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Various Writers by Thomas Humphry Ward (1917)
"... irreparableness. 1 have been in the meadows all the day, And gathered there the nosegay that you see, Singing within myself as bird or bee When such do ..."

2. Poems, by E.B. Barrett by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1856)
"irreparableness. I HAVE been in the meadows all the day And gathered there the nosegay that you see, Singing within myself as a bird or bee When such do ..."

3. A drama of exile: and other poems by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1845)
"... irreparableness. I HAVE been in the meadows all the day, And gathered there the nosegay that you see ; Singing within myself as bird or bee, ..."

4. English Sonnets by Poets of the Past by Samuel Waddington (1888)
"irreparableness. HAVE been in the meadows all the day And gathered there the nosegay that you see, Singing within myself as bird or bee When such do ..."

5. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Various Writers by Thomas Humphry Ward (1917)
"... irreparableness. 1 have been in the meadows all the day, And gathered there the nosegay that you see, Singing within myself as bird or bee When such do ..."

6. Poems, by E.B. Barrett by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1856)
"irreparableness. I HAVE been in the meadows all the day And gathered there the nosegay that you see, Singing within myself as a bird or bee When such do ..."

7. A drama of exile: and other poems by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1845)
"... irreparableness. I HAVE been in the meadows all the day, And gathered there the nosegay that you see ; Singing within myself as bird or bee, ..."

8. English Sonnets by Poets of the Past by Samuel Waddington (1888)
"irreparableness. HAVE been in the meadows all the day And gathered there the nosegay that you see, Singing within myself as bird or bee When such do ..."

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