Definition of Ineffaceability
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Ineffaceability
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1. The Complete Works by John Ruskin (1894)
"... for the ineffaceability of baptism was illustrated by the instance of Julian the Apostate, who did. all he could to efface it—' Mais la mort,' aaid the ..."
2. The Crown of Science: The Incarnation of God in Mankind by A Morris Stewart (1902)
"We have compared the ineffaceability of memory to the indestructibility of matter and energy; but neither of these is indestructible to God who made them ..."
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