Incorrigible (adjective, noun)
in·cor·ri·gi·ble [in-kawr-i-juh-buhl, -kor-]
1. not corrigible; bad beyond correction or reform: incorrigible behavior; an incorrigible liar.
2. impervious to constraints or punishment; willful; unruly; uncontrollable: an incorrigible child; incorrigible hair.
3. firmly fixed; not easily changed: an incorrigible habit.
4. not easily swayed or influenced: an incorrigible optimist.
5. a person who is incorrigible.
OTHER WORDS FROM INCORRIGIBLE
in·cor·ri·gi·bil·i·ty, in·cor·ri·gi·ble·ness, noun
WORDS RELATED TO INCORRIGIBLE
hardened, abandoned, beastly, incurable, intractable, inveterate, irreparable, loser, useless, wicked, irredeemable, recidivous, unreformed
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Origin: 1300–50; Middle English < Latin incorrigibilis. See in- , corrigible
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR INCORRIGIBLE
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