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irrevocable
used in Moby Dick

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incapable of being undone
  • However, it is always as well to have a look at him before irrevocably committing yourself into his hands.
    Chapters 16-18 -- The Ship; The Ramadan; His Mark (53% in)
  • A large whale's case generally yields about five hundred gallons of sperm, though from unavoidable circumstances, considerable of it is spilled, leaks, and dribbles away, or is otherwise irrevocably lost in the ticklish business of securing what you can.
    Chapters 76-78 -- The Battering-Ram; The Great Heidelburgh Tun; Cistern and Buckets (41% in)

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