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Definition of "irrevocable" []

  • Impossible to retract or revoke: an irrevocable decision. (adjective)
  • Not able to be revoked, changed, or undone; unalterable (adjective)

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Use "irrevocable" in a sentence
  • ""The word 'irrevocable' doesn't always resonate until they suddenly want the money," she said."
  • "A long-time favorite has been the grantor retained annuity trust or GRAT, which involves putting appreciating assets into a short-term irrevocable trust two years is typical and retaining the right to receive an annual income stream for the term of the trust."
  • "The Web is already jam-packed with media retailers, from Amazon to eBay, and elements of that business, like CD sales, appear to be in irrevocable decline."