be effaced

See: disappear
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He could only think of her as triumphant, successful in her menace of a wholly useless remorse never to be effaced.
Before the sentiments impressed on their minds by the mode of their elevation can be effaced by the exercise of power, they will be compelled to anticipate the moment when their power is to cease, when their exercise of it is to be reviewed, and when they must descend to the level from which they were raised; there forever to remain unless a faithful discharge of their trust shall have established their title to a renewal of it.
But soon, under a new sheet, every imprint would be effaced.
Down their slopes were the red pathways of the slides, those avalanches of earth, stones and trees, which descend into the hollows, leaving vestiges of their track hardly to be effaced by the vegetation of ages.
Here, and here only, the traces of the past lay deep--too deep to be effaced.