irredeemably

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  • irredeemably — adv. in an irredeemable manner; in an inconvertible manner; irreclaimably …   English contemporary dictionary

  • irredeemably — ir·redeemably …   English syllables

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  • punishment, everlasting — The ultimate destiny of the irredeemably wicked. The ancient Hebrews regarded sheol, the abode of the dead, as a place of weariness and forgetfulness and not of punishment or retribution for earthly sin. The concept began to emerge later of a… …   Dictionary of the Bible

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