The fire's worst scars were effaceable by a comprehensive program of reforestation. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
(It would be pedantic here to suggest after how long probation, and under what conditions, this stigma should be effaceable.). From Wordnik.com. [Memoir and Letters of Francis W. Newman] Reference
Do not regard in the one the effaceable characters in which it is written, nor be dazzled by the brilliancy of the other. From Wordnik.com. [Life in Mexico] Reference
A sequence, it is able to give sensations which the arts dealing with space, and not with time, could not allow themselves, since for them a disagreeable effect could never prelude an agreeable one, but merely co-exist with it; whereas for music a disagreeable effect is effaceable by an agreeable one, and will even considerably heighten the latter by being made to precede it. From Wordnik.com. [Laurus Nobilis Chapters on Art and Life] Reference
Matters were at this point, as Newman Noggs was heard to limp past the door on his way upstairs; when Mrs Kenwigs, gaining new hope from the sound of his footsteps, hastily removed from her countenance as many traces of her late emotion as were effaceable on so short a notice: and presenting herself before him, and representing their dilemma, entreated that he would escort Morleena to the hairdresser’s shop. From Wordnik.com. [Nicholas Nickleby] Reference
effaceable mark upon time and the diverse eras. From Wordnik.com. [Leaves of Grass ] Reference
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