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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishindeliblein‧del‧i‧ble /ɪnˈdeləbəl/ adjective  1 ALWAYS/FOREVERimpossible to remove or forget syn permanent Her words left an indelible impression on me for years to come.2 indelible ink/pencil/marker etcindelibly adverb a moment indelibly imprinted on my mind
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indelibleIts mark, however, remains indelible.Such little things, snow in July, are indelible.Now the sleaze looks more indelible and the Democrats will find it harder to avoid being defined by the Clinton excesses.One of Warhol's most indelible images, of course, is his relentless repetition of Jacqueline Kennedy's face in blue.His death left an indelible impression on my life.All voters' hands will be dyed with indelible ink, and both the vote and the count will be conducted locally.Rituals often involved the daubing of men's private parts with indelible inks or waste paper and glue.The next morning the only remnants are a few indelible plastic strings ironed into the pavement.An indelible stamp, like the priesthood.
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