irreconcilability

irreconcilability
ir脗路rec脗路on脗路cil脗路a脗路bil脗路i脗路ty || 脡陋芒鈧ek脡鈩sa脡陋l脡鈩'b脡陋l脡鈩脡陋 n. unwillingness to reconcile; incompatibility; lack of agreement; opposition, hostility

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  • Irreconcilability 鈥 Ir*rec on*ci la*bil i*ty, n. The quality or state of being irreconcilable; irreconcilableness. [1913 Webster] 鈥   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • irreconcilability 鈥 I noun absolute difference, conflict, contention, contrariety, difference, disagreement, discongruity, discrepancy, disinclination, disparity, enmity, hostility, implacability, incommensurability, incompatibility, incongruity, inconsistency,… 鈥   Law dictionary

  • irreconcilability 鈥 noun see irreconcilable I 鈥   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • irreconcilability 鈥 See irreconcilable. * * * 鈥   Universalium

  • irreconcilability 鈥 noun The quality of being irreconcilable; irreconcilableness 鈥   Wiktionary

  • irreconcilability 鈥 ir路reconcilability 鈥   English syllables

  • irreconcilability 鈥 (|)i, 蓹, |ir, |i蓹+ noun : the quality or state of being irreconcilable : irreconcilableness 鈥   Useful english dictionary

  • irreconcilable 鈥 irreconcilability, irreconcilableness, n. irreconcilably, adv. /i rek euhn suy leuh beuhl, i rek euhn suy /, adj. 1. incapable of being brought into harmony or adjustment; incompatible: irreconcilable differences. 2. incapable of being made to… 鈥   Universalium

  • Inconsistencies 鈥 Inconsistency In con*sist en*cy, n.; pl. {Inconsistencies}. [Cf. F. inconsistance.] [1913 Webster] 1. The quality or state of being inconsistent; discordance in respect to sentiment or action; such contrariety between two things that both can not 鈥   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Inconsistency 鈥 In con*sist en*cy, n.; pl. {Inconsistencies}. [Cf. F. inconsistance.] [1913 Webster] 1. The quality or state of being inconsistent; discordance in respect to sentiment or action; such contrariety between two things that both can not exist or be… 鈥   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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