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Adj.1.inexpungeable - not capable of being expunged; "the inexpungible scent of a bottle of perfume he had broken"- Louis Auchincloss
ineradicable - not able to be destroyed or rooted out; "ineradicable superstitions"
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1994): "The veredict of history: the inexpungeable tie of primordiality--a response to Eller and Coughlan", en Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol.
Whether the corsair was seen as radically sounding a "sacred call, / To pay the injuries of some on all" or as proving the inexpungeable virtues of noble birth depended, of course, on the political allegiances of the reader.
40) While avoiding the transcendental terminology I am employing, he says that "remorse is a central and inexpungeable determinant of what it is for something to be a moral matter".