indelible [ in-del-uh-buhl ]
1. making marks that cannot be erased, removed, or washed out: indelible ink.
2. impossible to eliminate, forget, or change: the indelible memories of war; the indelible influence of a great teacher.
OTHER WORDS FROM INDELIBLE
in·del·i·bil·i·ty, in·del·i·ble·ness, noun
WORDS RELATED TO INDELIBLE
memorable, lasting, stirring, enduring, unforgettable, ingrained, permanent, ineradicable, ineffaceable, inerasable, inexpungible, inextirpable, rememberable
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Origin: 1520–30; < Medieval Latin indēlibilis; replacing indeleble < Latin indēlēbilis indestructible. See in-, dele, -ble
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR INDELIBLE
Don left an indelible mark on the Dodger franchise during his 16 seasons in Los Angeles and many of his records continue to stand to this day.
DON SUTTON, A 300-GAME WINNER, HALL OF FAMER AND LONGTIME BROADCASTER, DIES AT 75|DAVE SHEININ|JANUARY 20, 2021|WASHINGTON POST
For fans of this team at that time, Portis’s get-ups are indelible.
WASHINGTON’S LAST PLAYOFF WIN CAME 15 YEARS AGO. THAT FELT LIKE A BEGINNING, TOO.|BARRY SVRLUGA|JANUARY 7, 2021|WASHINGTON POST
Strandf could photograph anything from a blind woman to a picket fence and make the image indelible.
THE BEST GIFT BOOKS OF 2014|WILLIAM O’CONNOR|DECEMBER 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
That the song has become so indelible is likely owed to the fact that we can all sort of relate.
‘MY CRAZY LOVE’ REVEALS THE CRAZIEST LIES PEOPLE TELL FOR LOVE|KEVIN FALLON|NOVEMBER 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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