"You’re incorrigible," said Stremov, not looking at her, and he spoke again to Anna.
And since no difference is less easily overcome than the difference of opinion about semi-abstract questions, they never agreed in any opinion, and had long, indeed, been accustomed to jeer without anger, each at the other’s incorrigible aberrations.
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She was declared an incorrigible delinquent and sent to reform school.
Incorrigible drunk driver sentenced to life in prison