Already so indelibly tied to one iconic film baddie, Bardem was concerned about playing another.
Tied by geographic proximity, commerce, communities, and security, the Americas are indelibly linked.
And, unforgivably to many conservatives, he is indelibly the father of “Romneycare.”
Most nominees put their stamp on their party, but this time around, the party has indelibly put its stamp on the nominee.
There was a lot in that kiss, both personal and indelibly political.
He had no chance, and one time, in enforced retirement from the world, he indelibly inscribed the legend on his forearm.
I was very young then; but the scene has been indelibly stamped on my memory.
How sharply and indelibly cut in my memory, like intaglios in ivory, the surroundings of that scene, even to the minutest detail!
The manifest need of it had been deeply and indelibly impressed.
He has indelibly branded these miserable actors who play upon the theatre of their vices the comedy of their vanity.