Irrevocability [noun]

Definition of Irrevocability:

definiteness, conclusiveness

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Sentence/Example of Irrevocability:

The irrevocable loss of specimens poses a major risk to national security, public health and science.

The decision is not irrevocable, however, notes Michael Gerrard, director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia Law School.

I—I mean that it reduces the—er—paralysing sense of irrevocability.

Already she was beginning to feel the pain of loss and the weighty irrevocability of everything.

Again into the consideration intruded the absolute finality, the irrevocability of her choice.

But when she had the permit and her cabin was booked, the irrevocability of her step came to her with full force.

The question leaped from her, and Garth's answer came with an irrevocability of refusal there was no combating.

They did not say much for a long time, for each seemed to feel the irrevocability of the thing that had befallen them.

Mr. Pickwick gave a heavy blow on the table before him, in confirmation of the irrevocability of his intention.

The irrevocability of the marriage-contract is woman's greatest security.