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beyond/without remedy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeyond/without remedybeyond/without remedyformalSOLVE/DEAL WITH A PROBLEM if a situation is beyond remedy, nothing can be done to make it better She felt as if her marital problems were beyond remedy. remedy
Examples from the Corpus
beyond/without remedyThis does not mean, however, that a taxpayer would necessarily be without remedy in such a situation.If a corporate public authority is unable to sue for libel it is, however, by no means without remedy.However, the director so removed is not without remedy.It was beyond remedy, I thought.
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