Definition of indelibility in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌdeləˈbilitē/


See indelible

‘No matter how much one scrubs away the dirt, or says no, what we are all left with is the indelibility of life and the directions taken when saying yes.’
  • ‘We are confident that the temporal relation and the colour and indelibility of the stains point to beetroot pigment as the cause.’
  • ‘The ink exhibits a high indelibility and a low tendency towards the formation of microprecipitates.’
  • ‘Further, the ink must meet the indelibility tests conducted by the various post authorities for stamp cancellation ink.’
  • ‘In my opinion, this is the indelibility of the priesthood.’