ineffaceably

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From ineffaceable +‎ -ly.

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ineffaceably (comparative more ineffaceably, superlative most ineffaceably)

  1. In an ineffaceable manner; in a manner that cannot be removed or erased.
    • 1855, Frederick Douglass, My Bondage and My Freedom, Chapter III, page 52.
      My knowledge of my mother is very scanty, but very distinct. Her personal appearance and bearing are ineffaceably stamped upon my memory.

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