Definition of Inexpungible

1. Adjective. Not capable of being expunged. "The inexpungible scent of a bottle of perfume he had broken"

Exact synonyms: Inexpungeable
Similar to: Ineradicable



Definition of Inexpungible

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inexpungible

inexplicitness
inexplorable
inexplosive
inexposure
inexpressable
inexpressibility
inexpressible
inexpressibles
inexpressibly
inexpressive
inexpressively
inexpressiveness
inexpugnable
inexpugnably
inexpungeable
inexpungible (current term)
inexsuperable
inextended
inextendible
inextensibility
inextensible
inextension
inextensional
inexterminable
inextinct
inextinguible
inextinguishability
inextinguishable
inextinguishably
inextirpable

Literary usage of Inexpungible

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1. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University, Herbert Baxter Adams (1892)
"It is a notion that forms part of civilized existence; so bound up in its growth and development as to be inexpungible therefrom. ..."

2. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1900)
"still have done so, and more, for the sake of what he had once felt and which had left something behind it as impalpable and inexpungible as the blue in the ..."

3. An Introduction to the Study of the Constitution: A Study Showing the Play by Morris M. Cohn (1892)
"It is a notion that forms part of civilized existence; so bound up in its growth and development as to be inexpungible therefrom. ..."

4. Low-Intensity Conflict in the Third World by Stephen Blank, Lewis B. Ware, Air University (U.S.). Press (1988)
"We are an inexpungible presence in the struggle for liberation."83 The United States has failed to incorporate these ethnic factors in its policy toward ..."

5. In the Levant by Charles Dudley Warner (1878)
"... ugliness had marked him for her own, giving him a large, damaged expanse of face, from which exuded, however, an inexpungible good-nature; ..."

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