In my weakness I was stained, ineffaceably; I admit it—but you, in your strength, have you not preyed upon weak women?
Ned noted all these things rapidly and ineffaceably, as he and Crockett took a swift but complete survey of their fortress.
The picture he evokes of Athens by moonlight, in the language of simplicity and restraint, ineffaceably fixes itself in the fancy.
I had told her only a few minutes before that the brain is ineffaceably stamped with the impress of every event in our lives.
Some of the recounted episodes deeply and ineffaceably impressed him.
There are faces that seen for the first time leave an impression which gives the whole of the man, ineffaceably.
But at the same moment they both saw, ineffaceably outlined on the lacquered top, the basal form of the clock.
Many years had elapsed and Alfred surmised the uncle had forgotten events that were ineffaceably impressed upon his own memory.
Her personal appearance and bearing are ineffaceably stamped upon my memory.
A partial inventory of her visible apparel is ineffaceably stamped upon my mind.