incapable of being retracted or revoked
"firm and irrevocable is my doom"- Shakespeare
Unable to be retracted or reversed. Final.
The king's decision was irrevocable.
Etymology: * From the Latin revocare (present 1st-person singular revoco), meaning "to call back".
incapable of being recalled or revoked; unchangeable; irreversible; unalterable; as, an irrevocable promise or decree; irrevocable fate
Etymology: [L. irrevocabilis: cf. F. irrvocable. See In- not, and Revoke, and cf. Irrevocable.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
ir-rev′o-ka-bl, adj. that cannot be recalled.—n. Irrev′ocableness.—adv. Irrev′ocably.
The numerical value of irrevocable in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of irrevocable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
If the total value exceeds $2 million, talk to your financial advisor and tax advisor prior to scheduling an appointment at the embassy, the decision is irrevocable.
Our irrevocable belief is that homosexuality is unnatural lust, which undoubtedly damages the individual, the family and society and causes detrimental effects on physical, mental and spiritual state of people.
It is hard to have patience with people who say 'There is no death' or 'Death doesn't matter.' There is death. And whatever is matters. And whatever happens has consequences, and it and they are irrevocable and irreversible. You might as well say that birth doesn't matter.
...tests are a gift. And great tests are a great gift. To fail the test is a misfortune. But to refuse the test is to refuse the gift, and something worse, more irrevocable, than misfortune.
Users have granted FaceApp an irrevocable license to do whatever they want with any user content they've uploaded, they don't own your photos technically, but they basically have unrestricted rights to them.
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