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past/beyond redemption

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpast/beyond redemptionpast/beyond redemptionBADtoo bad to be saved, repaired, or improved redemption
Examples from the Corpus
past/beyond redemptionCharlotte got back into London rather late that night, and rather tired, but hooked beyond redemption upon Aurae Phiala.His lawyer believes Manson is beyond redemption.Systems may be evil but people are never beyond redemption.The whole business was regrettable but not beyond redemption.The Pistols were already banned from most established London venues; punk rock's reputation for violence was now beyond redemption.
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