Ir*res"o*lu*ble (?), a. [L. irresolubilis: cf. F. irr'esoluble. See Resoluble, and cf. Irresolvable.]

1.

Incapable of being dissolved or resolved into parts; insoluble.

Boyle.

2.

Incapable of being relieved or assisted.

[Obs.]

The second is in the irresoluble condition of our souls after a known sin committed. Bp. Hall.

 

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