ineffaceably


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in·ef·face·a·ble

 (ĭn′ĭ-fā′sə-bəl)
adj.
Impossible to efface; indelible.

in′ef·face′a·bil′i·ty n.
in′ef·face′a·bly adv.
References in classic literature ?
It was the fatal flaw of humanity which Nature, in one shape or another, stamps ineffaceably on all her productions, either to imply that they are temporary and finite, or that their perfection must be wrought by toil and pain.
It was the fatal flaw of humanity, which Nature, in one shape or another, stamps ineffaceably on all her productions, either to imply that they are temporary and finite, or that their perfection must be wrought by toil and pain" (38-9).
6) Early in his trajectory towards assimilation, Vambery, still visibly and ineffaceably a Jew, was taunted and harassed to and from school, as he says not by "the real Magyars, the ruling element of the country," but by the Slavs.
In this cast, the Bill of Rights ineffaceably bears the character of a charter listing the terms on which the American people agreed to be governed.
To remark that unfelt earthshaking now is to retrace the topoi Cavell ineffaceably marked out then: the first person plural, ordinariness, Wittgenstein's Kantianism, the rationality of aesthetic judgment, modernism's limited communicability, psychoanalysis and solipsism, Beckett's hidden literalness, skepticism's voicing, acknowledgment, the fictionality of audience, being present.