incorrigible definition

  • adjective:
    • incompetent at becoming corrected or reformed: an incorrigible criminal.
    • Firmly rooted; ineradicable: incorrigible faults.
    • Difficult or impossible to manage or handle: an incorrigible, spoiled child.
    • faulty and impossible to materially proper or set aright.
    • incurably depraved; perhaps not reformable.
    • impervious to correction by punishment or discomfort.
    • uncontrollable.
    • determined, unalterable, hence impractical to improve upon.
    • incurable.
    • maybe not corrigible; incapable of being fixed or amended; bad beyond modification; irreclaimable.
    • impervious to correction by punishment
  • noun:
    • one which can not be fixed or reformed.
    • An incorrigibly bad individual
    • One who is incorrigible; one whoever persistent bad behavior may not be changed; particularly, a hardened criminal.
    • a person who is incompetent at amendment or reform.
  • others:
    • incompetent at becoming corrected or amended.
    • Bad beyond correction or reform; irreclaimable: because, an incorrigible sinner or drunkard.
    • Synonyms Incurable, hopeless, irrecoverable, irreclaimable; graceless, shameless, hardened.

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