And thus the final bond is achieved, an irrevocable connection that can never be broken.
There is little in their emerging policy platform which I agree with, and there is an irrevocable divide between us on the issue of Europe.
Violence by contrast represented an irrevocable gesture and was transformative.
Delicate ecosystems worldwide are threatened with irrevocable decline beneath the massed boots of latter-day pilgrims.
They are spending a fortune preparing for this irrevocable step.
But he ‘stepped back from the brink of radical or irrevocable acts against members of his ruling circle’.
I have an aversion to displacement, scars, irrevocable changes in a familiar landscape.
Multiple factors have contributed to this seemingly irrevocable reversal of fortunes.
That's sport, and it has its own internal and irrevocable logic.
Obviously, the existing damage, sustained over the past half century, is irrevocable but so much could be done to halt the decline and save what is left.