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- adv. In an indelible manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- So as to be indelible; so as not to be blotted out or effaced.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an indelible manner
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In great bands, in long lines, slowly, towheaded, sore-footed, the vast gatherings of the prolific lower range moved north, each cow with its title indelibly marked upon its hide.
Yet these are the pictures which remain indelibly inked upon it.
Do you have any dishes that while not your favorite, will remain indelibly associated in your mind with a particular family member?
Egon Ronay, the dapper Hungarian food critic who stamped his name indelibly on British culinary history, has died at the age of 94.
I mean, yes we have to teach our children, but other than that this terrible tragedy, this attack on our nation will remain indelibly etched into our history.
Now, a year later, Fitzgerald is again making a bid to have his name indelibly inscribed in the annals of radicalism with the imprimatur of the NYR.
Governor of the Colony, have inscribed his name indelibly on the page of history, not only as one of Nature's Noblemen, but as an eminent
During this period John Brown stamped his name indelibly upon American history.
Then the Twenty-second Convention met in Raleigh on May 6, 1924, in the new Sir Walter, a name indelibly woven into the history of North Carolina, not needing even the city of Raleigh to make it famous and familiar.
Most of them perished, but the history of their deeds will remain indelibly stamped as an instruction to generations yet unborn.