, sad birth-mark in the brow of man, is but the stamp of sorrow in the signers.
They crisscross the face in angry red welts, and are permanent and ineffaceable
. Some of these scars are of a very strange and dreadful aspect; and the effect is striking when several such accent the milder ones, which form a city map on a man's face; they suggest the "burned district" then.
Meltham, Green, and Hatfield, and the ineffaceable
impression she had wrought upon each of them.
The unforgotten and ineffaceable
past strummed the fibres of his throat.
Steerforth, who gave me her hand more coldly than of yore, and with an augmentation of her former stateliness of manner, but still, I perceived - and I was touched by it - with an ineffaceable
remembrance of my old love for her son.
The words of hatred and contempt--the first he had ever heard in his life--seemed like scorching missiles that were making ineffaceable
scars on him.
That represented, within the walls, ineffaceable
As far as we can recall these ecstasies we carry away in the ineffaceable
memory the result, and all men and all the ages confirm it.
When she saw, on the back and shoulders of the child, great welts and calloused spots, ineffaceable
marks of the system under which she had grown up thus far, her heart became pitiful within her.
New zig- zags sprung into the cruel pattern sometimes, when she saw it through a burst of tears; but beautified or hardened still, always over it and under it and through it, she was fain to look in her solitude, seeing everything with that ineffaceable
Pott was discerned in one of the windows, by the mob beneath; and tremendous was the enthusiasm when the Honourable Samuel Slumkey himself, in top-boots, and a blue neckerchief, advanced and seized the hand of the said Pott, and melodramatically testified by gestures to the crowd, his ineffaceable
obligations to the Eatanswill GAZETTE.
He had, perhaps, not definitely flattered himself that he had made an ineffaceable
impression upon her heart, but he was annoyed at hearing of a state of affairs so little in harmony with an image that had lately flitted in and out of his own meditations; the image of a very pretty girl looking out of an old Roman window and asking herself urgently when Mr.