Indelible in a sentence

Use Indelible in a sentence

Indelible meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [adjective] cannot be wiped out, not possible to remove or forget ;

The best music leaves an indelible mark.

Will you please use indelible ink so the phrase won’t rub out?

The words he had spoken made an indelible impression upon me.

These occurrences made an indelible impression upon the child’s mind.

When that message is a tragic one the effect becomes indelible.

We’ve used a pencil this month instead of indelible ink.

Donovan left an indelible mark on the U.S. national team and its history.

There are certain events that leave an indelible mark on our memories.

He created indelible ink and unalterable bond paper with his printing company.