in a way that cannot be removed or forgotten
Greece's sordid 1946-9 civil war, which left every Greek family I know indelibly marked
Freud's indelible figures of writing are his chief contribution to a knowledge of the unconscious
By fixing every detail of an insult in indelible video
referring to a record
has left an indelible mark on American political life
the marks of class are designed to be indelible
Wallace's own struggle with John Barth's indelible influence on his own fiction, all in accordance with Harold Bloom's theory of artistic anxiety and influence, which the novella both employs and parodies.
digital data is practically indelible
What is it about Hopper? Every once in a while an artist comes along who articulates an experience, not necessarily consciously or willingly, but with such prescience and intensity that the association becomes indelible
she had thought of the indelible year of her birth
in fidelity to the Master, I follow him out of respect, while in repentance, what attached me to the Master is the infinite indelible guilt.
the multimillion-dollar sums that went to people I suspected had done indelible harm to coworkers
I want these names to become as indelible as those of Adolphe Thiers, of Shakespeare’s Richard III, of Jack the Ripper.
a couple of syllables, indelible in the mind's ear
an obituary of a fellow writer by Gloria Frym
We’ll be Columbine. You will tell people where you live and they’ll have this single, indelible association.