Definition of Ineradicably

1. adv. So as not to be eradicable.



Definition of Ineradicably

1. Adverb. In an ineradicable manner ¹

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Definition of Ineradicably

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ineradicably

inequidistant
inequilateral
inequilobate
inequitable
inequitably
inequities
inequity
inequivalence
inequivalent
inequivalve
inequivalved
inequivalves
inequivalvular
ineradicability
ineradicable
ineradicably (current term)
inergetically
inerm
inermis
inermous
inerrability
inerrable
inerrableness
inerrably
inerrancies
inerrancy
inerrant
inerratic
inerringly
inert

Literary usage of Ineradicably

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1. Selections from the Writings of Walter Savage Landor by Walter Savage Landor (1856)
"A winged word hath struck ineradicably in a million hearts, and envenomed every hour throughout their hard pulsation. On a winged word hath hung the destiny ..."

2. The Law-breaker and the Coming of the Law by James Hinton (1884)
"exactly in a line with all the other things that are ineradicably based. Whatever thing holds Nature by tb.e hand, or rather dwells in her heart, ..."

3. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1883)
"... is ineradicably impressed upon consciousness; and just as ineradicably there is impressed upon consciousness the impossibility of transferring this ..."

4. Time and Space: A Metaphysical Essay by Shadworth Hollway Hodgson (1865)
"Feeling, the material element in consciousness, though a necessary and universal element, and ineradicably certain, offers no criterion for distinguishing ..."

5. Time and Space: A Metaphysical Essay by Shadworth Hollway Hodgson (1865)
"Feeling, the material element in consciousness, though a necessary and universal element, and ineradicably certain, offers no criterion for distinguishing ..."

6. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1870)
"... on the contrary, I thank God that He should have implanted so ineradicably in us all this sense of obligation to an invisible law—so ineradicably that ..."

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