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  • adverb In an unsalvageable way; irrecoverably.


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  • We can begin with irritating, a word that doesn't quite do justice to the aura of grimness in the atmosphere every time the show's male star, Kelsey Grammer -- surely one of the subtlest and most gifted of comic actors -- begins bellowing the unsalvageably witless lines the show's writers have produced, in episode after episode.

    It's No Joke When the Writing Fails 2007

  • The Maastricht criteria, for example, are long since out the window, and they are not somehow going to return, because this system is unsalvageably bankrupt.

    LaRouche's Latest 2009


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