efface \ih-FAYS\, transitive verb:
1. To cause to disappear by rubbing out, striking out, etc.; to erase; to render illegible or indiscernible.Efface comes from French effacer, from Old French esfacier, from es-, "out" (from Latin ex-) + face, "face" (from Latin facies).
2. To destroy, as a mental impression; to wipe out; to eliminate completely.
3. To make (oneself) inconspicuous.
- When the auto-correct feature on your iPod Touch or iPhone tries to correct your spelling, but instead changes it to words that just dont make sense with what you're typing.
Victor: I dont know... Are you busty all evening?
I MEAN BUSY!!
ARE YOU BUSY ALL EVENING!
GOSH I HATE AUTO INCORRECT!
- William the Conqueror: the duke of Normandy invaded England (1066)
- Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo: landed at San Diego Bay, becoming the first European to visit California (1542)
- first aerial circumnavigation: two US Army planes landed in Seattle after completing the first round-the-world flight — 44,000 kilometres (27,340 mi) — in 175 days (1924)
- RU 486: abortion pill was approved for US use by the Food and Drug Administration (2000)
- Falcon I: SpaceX rocket reached orbit, becoming the first privately funded liquid-fueled rocket to do so (2008)
- Alfred Gerald Caplin (Al Capp) 1909
- Peter Finch 1916
- William Windom 1923
- Marcello Mastroianni 1924
- Arnold Stang 1925
- Jerry Clower 1926
- Tommy Collins 1930
- Brigitte Bardot 1934
- Koko Taylor 1935
- Bruce Crampton 1935
- Ben E. King 1938
- Charley Taylor 1941
- Grant Jackson 1942
- Joel Higgins 1943
- Nick St. Nicholas (Steppenwolf) 1943
- Helen Shapiro 1946
- Sylvia Kristel 1952
- Steve Largent 1954
- Janeane Garofalo 1964 (hack comedianne, libtard cunt)
- Matt King 1966
- Moon Unit Zappa 1967
- Carre Otis 1968
- Naomi Watts 1968
- Mira Sorvino 1967
- Sean Levert (Levert) 1968
- Mandy Barnett 1975