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synonyms for inevitable

  • imminent
  • impending
  • inescapable
  • inexorable
  • irresistible
  • necessary
  • unavoidable
  • undeniable
  • binding
  • doomed
  • pat
  • all locked up
  • assured
  • compulsory
  • decided
  • decreed
  • destined
  • determined
  • fated
  • fateful
  • fixed
  • for certain
  • foreordained
  • in the bag
  • ineluctable
  • ineludible
  • inflexible
  • irrevocable
  • no ifs ands or buts
  • obligatory
  • ordained
  • prescribed
  • settled
  • sure
  • unalterable
  • unpreventable
  • without recourse
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antonyms for inevitable

MOST RELEVANT
  • avoidable
  • distant
  • escapable
  • later
  • doubtful
  • fortuitous
  • preventable
  • uncertain
  • unlikely
  • unsure
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How to use inevitable in a sentence

Moving between floors, the characters’ journey seems both improbable and inevitable.
WHAT FLOOR?SOPHIA NGUYENFEBRUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
I guess the commingling of two reality show crazes — houses and wedding dresses — was inevitable.
WHEN YOU WALK A DOG, YOUR MIND IS AS LIKELY TO WANDER AS THE DOG ISJOHN KELLYFEBRUARY 10, 2021WASHINGTON POST
As this age cohort is vaccinated, it is inevitable that some deaths will happen around the same time as vaccinations.
DEBUNKING ANTI-VAXXER RFK JR.’S CLAIM ABOUT ‘SUSPICIOUS’ CORONAVIRUS VACCINE DEATHS, A PHONY ELON MUSK TWEET AND MORE NEWS LITERACY LESSONSVALERIE STRAUSSFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The good death means accepting death as inevitable, and not fighting it when the time comes.
HOW TO BE BETTER AT DEATH (EP. 450)MARIA KONNIKOVAFEBRUARY 4, 2021FREAKONOMICS
He thinks something would be lost if physical GameStop stores disappear, but he acknowledged that it’s probably inevitable.
DESPITE RECORD STOCK SURGE, GAMESTOP IS STILL STRUGGLING TO STAY AFLOATABHA BHATTARAI, TAYLOR TELFORDFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
By the time Alvarez has solved the inevitable computer problems, her mom is usually asking whether she can go get something from the store.
A STEADY STREAM OF LATINO STUDENTS WAS ARRIVING ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES. THEN THE PANDEMIC HIT.DANIELLE DOUGLAS-GABRIEL, HANNAH NATANSON, JOHN D. HARDENJANUARY 31, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The Dig is a movie steeped in the inevitable passage of time, but it’s also a reminder that the past lives on through the things we leave behind.
THE DIG IS JUST THE MOVIE TO RELIEVE MIDWINTER CABIN FEVERSTEPHANIE ZACHAREKJANUARY 29, 2021TIME
They have dismissed them as “dumb money” and cautioned that so-called “retail” investors lack the acumen and experience to make the right calls and weather the inevitable storms.
HOW THE GAMESTOP TRADING SURGE WILL TRANSFORM WALL STREETZACHARY KARABELLJANUARY 29, 2021TIME
Perhaps WandaVision is headed toward that inevitable CGI battle too.
WANDAVISION OFFERS HOPE THAT ORIGINALITY CAN SURVIVE THE ERA OF THE EVER-EXPANDING FRANCHISEELIANA DOCKTERMANJANUARY 16, 2021TIME
Along with the inevitable jokes about TV-revival fatigue and the havoc SATC mania may or may not have wrought on its beloved Manhattan, people wanted to know what would become of Samantha.
SEX AND THE CITY IS NOTHING WITHOUT SAMANTHA JONESJUDY BERMANJANUARY 11, 2021TIME
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WORDS RELATED TO INEVITABLE

  • assured
  • certain
  • inescapable
  • inevitable
  • necessary
  • routine
  • unavoidable
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