Example sentences for: irrevocably

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

  • And no publication should be judged irrevocably based on its first issue.

  • Even if Boris Yeltsin were to have a last-minute change of heart and decide to attend, despite the church's refusal to accept the authenticity of the remains, the damage has already been done, the editorial said, and "[a] historical occasion which at the very least deserved both gravity and grace has been irrevocably reduced to pure spectacle."

  • Similarly, the LAT front-pager on Iraq policy, by the estimable Robin Wright, pushes down to the 14th paragraph the claim that Washington is now "almost irrevocably involved" until the objective of toppling Saddam is achieved.

  • Gore's central claim--that the environment is at risk of being irrevocably despoiled--is merely a displacement of his personal despair.

  • When a document is open access, however, a wide range of additional uses are perpetually and irrevocably allowed— from the reproduction and distribution of the paper by a professor for his or her students to the archiving of the paper in a searchable online repository available to anyone in the world with an Internet connection, and more.


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