adjective un·fad·able \¦ən¦fādəbəl\

Definition of unfadable

  1. 1 :  not subject to fading :  fast, everlasting a fabric of unfadable color

  2. 2 :  incapable of being forgotten :  memorable, deathless an unfadable act of political courage — Manchester Guardian Weekly

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Origin and Etymology of unfadable

1un- + fade + -able

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