Example sentences for: irrevocable

How can you use “irrevocable” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • This essentially means two things: first, that the copyright holder or holders must grant to the public a free, irrevocable, perpetual license to use, copy, distribute, and make derivative works of their research article, in any medium for any purpose (excepting those that constitute plagiarism or other dishonest acts, of course); and second, that a digital copy must be deposited in an open public archival repository (for example, the US National Library of Medicine's PubMed Central).

  • Temporal language often depicts the passage of time not merely as fast, relentless, and irrevocable but also, more and more, as conceptually slippery.

  • On Fox News Sunday , Buchanan says, "Clearly, we're leaning toward [bolting the GOP], but I don't want to make an irrevocable decision."

  • Some options are so terrible and irrevocable, so unlikely to be in a person's self-interest, and so open to exploitation and flawed decision-making that society outlaws them.


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