efface[ ih-feys ]SEE DEFINITION OF efface
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EFFACE
Why should he efface himself, if it meant Sidney's unhappiness?
But here is a confession which a hundred crosses can not efface.
This was alone wanting to efface every trace of the old Republican spirit.
Enough to efface it in the eyes of one who had never sinned?
The better to efface the impress of their tyrannical past, I had to dip them into water.
Will it be possible to efface the evil impress left on that mind and body?
Nothing can ever cure me, no dream of my mind can ever efface the dream of my heart.
He forgot his resolution to efface himself, and whipped his horse forward.
The strength of the child is to efface himself in every possible way.
The constant use of that paddle in the water, for fifteen days, did not efface the color.