healless
Adjective

healless

  1. Incapable of being made whole or well; cureless; incurable; unhealable.
    • 2010, Friedrich Ohly, Linda Archibald, George Steiner, The Damned and the Elect: Guilt in Western Culture:
      A capacity for sin so healless that it makes its man despair from his heart of redemption - that is the true theological way to salvation.



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