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capable of being remedied (fixed)
  • It was that Mrs. Bulstrode, having heard of Lydgate's debts, had been anxious to know whether her husband could not do something for poor Rosamond, and had been much troubled on learning from him that Lydgate's affairs were not easily remediable, and that the wisest plan was to let them "take their course."
    Book 7 — Two Temptations (57% in)
  • He was afraid of saying something irremediably cruel.
    Book 7 — Two Temptations (27% in)
  • She said to her own irremediable grief, that it should make her more helpful, instead of driving her back from effort.
    Book 8 — Sunset and Sunrise (58% in)
  • There might still remain in her mind a changed association with him which made an irremediable difference—a lasting flaw.
    Book 8 — Sunset and Sunrise (74% in)
  • It is still the beginning of the home epic—the gradual conquest or irremediable loss of that complete union which makes the advancing years a climax, and age the harvest of sweet memories in common.
    Finale (5% in)

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