Sentence Examples

  • "Princesse, ma parole, je n'ai pas voulu l'offenser. * I did not mean anything, I was only joking," he said, smiling shyly and trying to efface his offense.
  • The idea was to efface any distinction between speakers and ' audience ': all were equal participants.
  • Years must pass away in order to efface the impression which was then, I think indelibly, stamped upon my mind.
  • Blair evidently hopes that a humanitarian war will efface the memories of the ' war for oil ' in Iraq.
  • At the same time this strategy does not efface local cultural originality, the specific imagery bound to certain localities.

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