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incorrigible
used in Oliver Twist

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unresponsive to correction (even by punishment)
  • Under this impression, he secretly resolved to cultivate the good opinion of the old gentleman as quickly as possible; and, if he found the Dodger incorrigible, as he more than half suspected he should, to decline the honour of his farther acquaintance.
    Chapter 8 — Oliver Walks to London. He encounters on the Road a.... (68% in)

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