Definition of ineffaceability in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌfāsəˈbilitē/


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‘Call it much or call it little, the ineffaceability of this deep stain of experience, it is the interest of old places and the bribe to the brooding analyst.’
  • ‘Thus the Law, even in its ineffaceability, is retraced to a divine act of will and provided with the task of the recognition of sin and the provocation of transgression.’