inescapable

[ in-uh-skey-puh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inescapable

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He saw the grim, inescapable future for his charges: famine.

The law is inescapable, for an action is either lawful or unlawful.

There is an inescapable difference in the results of marriage on the two partners.

This "within us" is one of the inescapable original revelations.

This was a slang which Hal had never heard, but the meaning was inescapable; he "stuck 'em up."

Whatever we saw happening did take place exactly as we saw it—it was inescapable.

Alien and repulsive and inescapable, the odors of Earth struck him like a blow.

Our inescapable destiny was making us plunge so rashly into this mystery!

But there they are, inescapable facts that have to be reckoned with.

As it pulled out again, she resigned herself to the inescapable.

WORD ORIGIN

1792, from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + escapable (see escape). Related: Inescapably.

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