irrevocably

If you do something irrevocably, there's no going back. Irrevocably describes an action that can't be changed or reversed.

When something's done permanently, it's happened irrevocably. If you break off a friendship irrevocably, it's final; you will never regain that friend again. Irrevocably comes from the Latin word irrevocabilis, meaning "unable to be recalled or reversed."

Definitions of irrevocably
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adv in an irrevocable manner

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