Definition of Indelibility

1. n. The quality of being indelible.



Definition of Indelibility

1. Noun. The property of being indelible. ¹

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Definition of Indelibility

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indelibility

indefinitude
indefinitudes
indefinity
indegree
indegrees
indehiscence
indehiscences
indehiscent
indel
indelable
indelectable
indeliberate
indeliberated
indeliberately
indelibilities
indelibility (current term)
indelible
indelible ink
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indelicacies
indelicacy
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indelicately
indelicateness
indeloxazine
indels
indelve
indemnifications
indemnified

Literary usage of Indelibility

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1. The Jews: A Study of Race and Environment by Maurice Fishberg (1911)
"The "indelibility " of the Jewish type—The type of the ancient Hebrews —The characterises of the Jewish face—The artist's conception of the Jewish type—The ..."

2. A Vindication of the Doctrine of the Church of England on the Validity of by William Goode (1853)
"He says :— " In conformity with these different views of the nature of the Christian ministry, is the view taken of the indelibility of Holy Orders. ..."

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