Word of the Day: Incorrigible

in·cor·ri·gi·ble  /  ĭn-kôr-ĭ-jə-bəl,  ĭn- kŏr– ĭ-jə-bəl   adjective  
  1. not able to be corrected or reformed
There may be some incorrigible human beings who cannot be changed except by God’s own mercy to that one person. Warren E. Burger, 1907 – 1995  
  1. firmly established, not able to be removed
Weakness is the only fault that is incorrigible. Francois de La Rochefoucauld, 1613 – 1680  
  1. impossible to control or discipline
I was a little, uh, incorrigible as a kid, so the kitchen was a good place to give me structure and balance. Aaron Sanchez, 1976 –   noun  
  1. one who cannot be corrected or changed
His case was brought before Mr. Haveby, the island manager of the Moongleam Soap Company, who adjudged him an incorrigible. From “Mauki” by Jack London, 1876 – 1916