Efface in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Efface

to cause something to fade or disappear

Examples of Efface in a sentence

If I could efface all of my sad memories, I would be a very happy person. 🔊

Marvin hoped to efface the paint by scrubbing the walls with a tough sponge.  🔊

Because I could not efface the damage on the box of the doll, I had to lower the selling price of the collectible. 🔊

If the candidate is elected, he promises to efface crime from our city.  🔊

Hopefully the weekly therapy sessions will cause the veteran’s combat nightmares to efface.  🔊

Even though Janice took speech classes to appear more glamorous, she still could not efface her country accent.  🔊

Lester tried to efface his wife’s presence in the apartment by removing all of her photographs.  🔊

Because I hate the blemishes on my face, I always try and efface them with makeup before leaving my house.  🔊

The passage of time has done nothing to efface the people’s memories of the tornado that destroyed their small town.  🔊

As a mediator, Travis worked hard to efface communication problems between his clients.  🔊

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