Definition for RE-MED'I-LESS

RE-MED'I-LESS, a. [In modern books, the accent is placed on the first syllable, which would be well if there were no derivatives; but remedilessly, remedilessness, require the accent on the second syllable.]

  1. Not admitting a remedy; incurable; desperate; as, a remediless disease.
  2. Irreparable; as, a loss or damage is remediless.
  3. Not admitting change or reversal; as, a remediless doom. – Milton.
  4. Not admitting recovery; as, a remediless delusion. – South.

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