immedicable
adjective Etymology: Latin immedicabilis, from in- + medicabilis medicable Date: 1533 incurable <
wounds immedicable — John Milton
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immedicably adverb

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  • Immedicable — Im*med i*ca*ble, a. [L. Immedicabilis. See {In } not, and {Medicable}.] Not to be healed; incurable. Wounds immedicable. Milton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • immedicable — index chronic, inoperable (incurable), irremediable Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • immedicable — Immedicable, Qu on ne peut guarir par quelque medicament que ce soit, Immedicabilis, Insanabilis …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • immedicable — [i med′i kə bəl] adj. [L immedicabilis: see IN 2 & MEDICABLE] that cannot be healed; incurable …   English World dictionary

  • immedicable — adjective /ɪˈmɛdɪkəb(ə)l/ Incurable; not able to be assisted by medicine. Here love receivd immedicable harmes, / And was dispoiled of his daring armes …   Wiktionary

  • immedicable — Obsolete term meaning not curable by medicinal remedies. [L. in neg. + medicabilis, curable] * * * im·med·i·ca·ble ( )im (m)ed i kə bəl adj INCURABLE <wounds immedicable (John Milton)> …   Medical dictionary

  • immedicable — immedicableness, n. immedicably, adv. /i med i keuh beuhl/, adj. incurable. [1525 35; < L immedicabilis incurable. See IM 2, MEDICABLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • immedicable — adj. incurable, untreatable …   English contemporary dictionary

  • immedicable — im·medicable …   English syllables

  • immedicable — im•med•i•ca•ble [[t]ɪˈmɛd ɪ kə bəl[/t]] adj. incurable …   From formal English to slang

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