What does efface mean?: – to delete something from the surface
Sentence Examples: –
- If you could only efface all the memories of your ex-girlfriend, you would certainly remain a very happy person.
- A breakup always entitles that the couple would like to efface all the memories that they have hacked together, otherwise the timeframe becomes extremely bad for them to go through.
- With the help of a whitewash, Jon was looking to efface all the graffiti being put up by the Vandals in the church.
- There was a lot of damage being caused to the doll box due to the huge amount of paint flowing inside it; one would need a hard sponge to efface it.
- Even after trying to efface all the photographs of his wife from the room, Stephen did not manage to get rid of the pain in his heart.
- Going to the passages of time, you can try your best to efface the memories of people, but chances are that it would remain a lingering thought in your mind.