Noun(1) a person whose disease is incurable
Adjective(1) incapable of being cured(2) unalterable in disposition or habits
(1) But the claim that a product can cure an incurable disease should sound alarms.(2) Infinitely understated but eminently sophisticated, this album is a treat made for incurable romantics to love unreservedly.(3) They came of gentry stock, and their father exhibited one of the occasional weaknesses of that origin - an incurable optimism in money matters which left him penniless.(4) With incurable optimism went a sense of power and vast reserves of energy encompassing the continent.(5) That will change once people living with the incurable disease - for which there is still no vaccine - gain access to increasingly affordable, life prolonging antiretroviral drugs, it said.(6) The track record for winning anything was pretty poor, but I'm an incurable optimist.(7) Many of those who support human embryonic stem-cell research do so for the best of motives, to try and find cures for incurable diseases.(8) He established one of the first licensed fetal-tissue banks in the country, collecting pancreases for research that may lead to cures for incurable diseases.(9) This predictability of the dying phase is not always as clear in other chronic incurable diseases.(10) ├ö├ç├┐I find most skeptics to be incurable optimists,├ö├ç├û Hyde continues.(11) From the early twentieth century many psychiatrists began to establish private practices in the belief that asylums had become repositories for the incurable .(12) Ultimately, he is surprisingly reminiscent of the incurable sentimentalist, forever seeking comfort and reassurance for his damaged inner child.(13) There are incurable diseases in medicine, incorrigible vices in the ministry, insoluble cases in law.(14) The disease is incurable in about half of patients at presentation.(15) I could have been President, or the doctor who finds the cure for some incurable disease or anything else I ever set my mind to.(16) Hughes is well cast as the sympathetic, Candide-like Simon, an incurable optimist who talks about hopelessness without quite grasping the concept himself.
(1) incurable disease :: 不治の病
1. untreatable ::
2. inoperable ::
3. irremediable ::
4. terminal ::
5. fatal ::
6. mortal ::
7. chronic ::
1. curable ::
2. remediable ::
Different Formsincurable, incurables
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