irredeemable definition

  • adjective:
    • that can't be bought straight back or repaid: an irredeemable annuity.
    • Not convertible into coin.
    • impractical to remedy: irredeemable losings.
    • impractical to get or reform: an irredeemable evil.
    • perhaps not redeemable; unredeemable; not able to be restored, restored, revoked, or escaped.
    • incapable of be terminated by a payment or converted to another as a type of currency or monetary tool, especially one considered more secure or reliable.
    • perhaps not redeemable; that can not be used; not payable in gold or silver, as a bond; -- used specifically of these government records, released as money, because are not convertible into money at satisfaction associated with the owner.
    • (of paper money) perhaps not convertible into coin in the satisfaction associated with owner
    • insusceptible of reform
  • others:
    • perhaps not redeemable; that cannot or need not be used or made good-by payment or restitution; not to be restored or escaped: as, irredeemable report cash; an irredeemable loss; irredeemable slavery.
    • Beyond the effectiveness of redemption; irreclaimable: because, irredeemable criminals or criminal activity.

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    • Only those Tobo identified as irredeemable
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