Carew's experiences on Trinidad produced an ineffaceable impression on his mind.
I was this time effectively banished, but the ply then taken was ineffaceable.
That memory cannot be so much worse than the rest that it should be ineffaceable, where they have been effaced.
A —— is worse than ——, because it bears the ineffaceable stamp of ignorance.
These were, it seemed, ineffaceable, and as the months wore on grew deeper still.
His weak wrists were marked with deep and ineffaceable scars.
At no time in life does a word of encouragement mean so much, or criticism leave such an ineffaceable scar.
Never has any man made so deep and ineffaceable impression on me.
Before those innocent eyes her soul lay bare, offering to the gaze an ineffaceable scar.
As Siegfried in "Goetterdaemmerung," he left an ineffaceable impression on me.