uncorrectable

ADJECTIVE
  1. incapable of being controlled or managed
    uncontrollable children
    an uncorrectable habit
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How To Use uncorrectable In A Sentence

  • Since it requires days to produce due to the wax processes, and since errors made are uncorrectable and require that the cloth be washed and re-used, he considers his works in batik to be as or more important than his watercolors. Alfredo Zalce--Michoacán's living legend
  • The absolute contraindications for laparoscopic surgery include uncorrectable coagulopathy, intestinal obstruction, abdominal wall infection, and suspected malignant ascites. Minimally Invasive Surgery for Urologic Conditions in Children
  • an uncorrectable habit
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