Last modified on 30 August 2014, at 08:32




From Latin indelebilis (indestructible).



indelible (comparative more indelible, superlative most indelible)

  1. having the quality of being difficult to remove, wash away, blot out, or efface
    This ink spot on the contract is indelible.
    This stain on my shirt is indelible.
  2. incapable of being canceled, lost, or forgotten
    That horrible story just might make an indelible impression on the memory.
  3. incapable of being annulled
    • Sprat
      They are endued with indelible power from above.


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