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irrevocable
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David Copperfield
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  • I speak,’ said Miss Mills, ’from experience of the past — the remote, irrevocable past.
  • That although it was little else than a matter of form, I presumed I should have an opportunity of trying how I liked it, before I bound myself to it irrevocably.
  • ’That,’ said Mrs. Micawber, ’that, at least, is my view, my dear Mr. Copperfield and Mr. Traddles, of the obligation which I took upon myself when I repeated the irrevocable words, "I, Emma, take thee, Wilkins."

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  • If you sign the document, you are giving them irrevocable permission to...
  • Firm and irrevocable is my doom
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