Sign up to make the most of YourDictionary
By signing in, you agree to our Terms and Conditions
We'll see you in your inbox soon.
Stealing from a friend may cause you to irrevocably damage that friendship.
It was one thing to offer her body, but her heart, her soul … he would take all of her, consume her completely, irrevocably.
Events followed each other in quick succession, and now began the difficulties in which the Empire was to be irrevocably involved.
Elisabeth and Jackson talked in bed for a long while, both worried that tomorrow might alter their relationship irrevocably.
British soil was not attacked in this terrorist ambush but our way of life has been irrevocably affected.