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She was already seriously ill after being told she has incurable lung disease. The Sun (2013)Patients with rare or incurable diseases often want doctors to be able to try untested drugs or treatment on them. The Sun (2014)These foolish, forgotten things have turned this robot into an incurable romantic. Times, Sunday Times (2008)To this end, those too ill and considered incurable were not admitted. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)The vast majority of Dignitas clients are terminally ill or have incurable progressive diseases. The Sun (2010)She was herself ill, with incurable anaemia. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This was quite confusing for his friends, who excused him by saying he was an incurable romantic. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Too young in her life she saw her own age group dying of incurable diseases, like cystic fibrosis. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Of course this isn't remotely like being told you have an incurable disease and have only months to live. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Did she run off with a lover, commit suicide, or die of an incurable disease? The Times Literary Supplement (2013)Around 400,000 Britons suffer from the incurable disease. The Sun (2008)I am an incurable optimist. Times, Sunday Times (2010)AN uncle of the three young brothers battling an incurable brain disease pleaded guilty yesterday to stealing 2,000 from their trust fund. The Sun (2007)Or maybe I'm just an incurable romantic. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'incurable'
British English: incurable ADJECTIVE
If someone has an incurable disease, they cannot be cured of it.
He is suffering from an incurable skin disease.
Definition of incurable from the Collins English Dictionary
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