Plenty of people seem to want their thighs inscribed with “Oylimpics 2012” and other ineradicable misspellings.
Loss and defeat are ineradicable and unavoidable parts of life.
On his headstone is inscribed a simple, ineradicable fact: “Here Lies Eric Arthur Blair.”
Each plant is labelled with a pottery marker, swallow-shaped, bearing in ineradicable colors the flower name and its significance.
Including the complex and ineradicable concept of his own identity.
As in most North countrymen, there was in the schoolmaster an ineradicable touch of superstition.
As is still true in this infection, the virus proved to be ineradicable.
The adoration of measures seems to be an ineradicable human trait.
Let us now consider the universal and ineradicable wants of man.
They seem to be an ineradicable consequence of his early education.