- an indelible pencil
Examples of indelible in a Sentence
- But the most indelible evening of the rebellion for me was the night I had first got beaten. —Amiri Baraka, The Autobiography of Leroi Jones, 1984
- All wars change society and hence leave an indelible imprint on literary culture. —Michiko Kakutani, New York Times Book Review, 15 Apr. 1984
- The illustrator of children's books surpasses other artists in the impressionability of his audience; it is beyond calculation, no doubt, what touches will produce an indelible effect, when the receiving surface of a child's psyche is so soft and mysteriously laden and momentous with its own raw energy. —John Updike, New York Times Book Review, 4 Dec. 1983
winning the state basketball championship was our team's most indelible experience
Recent Examples of indelible from the Web
Makeup artist Erika La' Pearl has become an indelible part of Cardi B's glam team, creating gorgeous looks for everything from award shows to music videos.
For example, childhood poverty and adversity fundamentally alter brain development, leaving an indelible mark that increases people’s risk of illness in adulthood.
Mr Erdogan has left an indelible mark on his country.
Popovich assumes command With his five NBA championships, 1,197 career wins and 21-year playoff streak, Popovich has made an indelible mark on the game.
Besides, Uganda winning the African Qualifiers would be etched in indelible history books far grander than any CV.
Moving the embassy marks an indelible change in US posture and the way the US is perceived in the Middle East and by European partners.
In the weeks after his downfall, many wondered whether the brand’s association with him would leave an indelible stain.
What a beautiful thing that will be, another indelible life-changing scene when time will stand still again.
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INDELIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
: impossible to remove or forget
: producing marks that cannot be erased
INDELIBLE Defined for Kids
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