Yet the men had an ineradicable propensity to dicker among themselves.
But if in this she was a comedienne then it was but a great achievement of her ineradicable honesty.
Both the arts of peace and of war have left an ineradicable impress.
But she had faint, ineradicable prejudices, and instincts not quite dormant.
As is still true in this infection, the virus proved to ...