Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality of being indelible.

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  • But as if to emphasize the indelibleness of blood-stains, however justly inflicted, we have as a foil to Miriam the white sensitiveness of Hilda's conscience, which makes her -- though perfectly free from even the indirect responsibility of Miriam -- believe herself actually infected.

    A Study of Hawthorne

  • But as if to emphasize the indelibleness of blood-stains, however justly inflicted, we have as a foil to Miriam the white sensitiveness of Hilda's conscience, which makes her ” though perfectly free from even the indirect responsibility of Miriam ” believe herself actually infected.

    A Study Of Hawthorne

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