ADJ: usu ADJ n (emphasis)You use ineradicable to emphasize that a quality, fact, or situation is permanent and cannot be changed. [FORMAL]
The emotional wounds of early childhood leave ineradicable scars...
Divorce is a permanent, ineradicable fact of modern life.
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Ineradicable — In e*rad i*ca*ble, a. Incapable of being eradicated or rooted out. [1913 Webster] The bad seed thus sown was ineradicable. Ld. Lytton. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
ineradicable — index durable, indefeasible, indelible, invincible, irreversible, irrevocable, permanent, perpetual … Law dictionary
ineradicable — (adj.) 1794, from IN (Cf. in ) (1) not, opposite of + eradicable (see ERADICATE (Cf. eradicate)). Related: Ineradicably … Etymology dictionary
ineradicable — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ unable to be destroyed or removed. DERIVATIVES ineradicably adverb … English terms dictionary
ineradicable — [in΄ē rad′i kə bəl, in΄i rad′i kə bəl] adj. that cannot be eradicated ineradicably adv … English World dictionary
ineradicable — in|e|rad|i|ca|ble [ˌınıˈrædıkəbəl] adj formal impossible to change or remove ▪ ineradicable hostility >ineradicably adv … Dictionary of contemporary English
ineradicable — adjective formal an attitude or quality of character that is ineradicable can never be completely removed ineradicably adverb … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
ineradicable — adjective Date: 1818 incapable of being eradicated • ineradicability noun • ineradicably adverb … New Collegiate Dictionary
ineradicable — ineradicableness, n. ineradicably, adv. /in i rad i keuh beuhl/, adj. not eradicable; not capable of being eradicated, rooted out, or completely removed. [1810 20; IN 3 + ERADICABLE] * * * … Universalium
ineradicable — adjective not able to be eradicated … Wiktionary