Efface

• (v. t.) To cause to disappear (as anything impresses or inscribed upon a surface) by rubbing out, striking out, etc.; to erase; to render illegible or indiscernible; as, to efface the letters on a monument, or the inscription on a coin. • (v. t.) To destroy, as a mental impression; to wear away.
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efface

verb make inconspicuous; `efface oneself`
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Efface

Ef·face' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Effaced ; present participle & verbal noun Effacing .] [ French effacer ; prefix es- (L. ex ) + face face; prop., to destroy the face or form. See F...
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efface

A position of the body at an oblique angle and partly hidden.
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Efface

Literally 'erased' or 'obscured'. One of the directions of epaulement in which the dancer stands at
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efface

remove by or as if by rubbing or erasing
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efface

[v] - make inconspicuous
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