forgotten (part of speech: adjective)
Yet, by the solemn contract into which Oldys had entered, and from his strict integrity, it might induce one to suspect that he had made positive discoveries which are now irrecoverable.
- "Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3)", Isaac Disraeli.
1. That the damned, when in an irrecoverable
estate, will seek for, or desire deliverance from the wrath that they are and shall be in for eternity.
- "The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3", John Bunyan.
All my other people are irrecoverable,
I fear; but Therese goes with me.
- "The Hour and the Man An Historical Romance", Harriet Martineau.