Effaceə-FAYSPart of speech: verbOrigin: French, late 15th century
1Erase (a mark) from a surface.2(efface oneself) Make oneself appear insignificant or inconspicuous.
Examples of Efface in a sentence “The babysitter was relieved to find that the spilled juice was easy to efface from the carpet.” “Once Julia ceased trying to efface herself in front of the other contestants, she truly began to shine.”

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