inevitable

[ in-ev-i-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inevitable

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Unless we are fortunate enough to find some, retreat is inevitable.

We are not, as some would have us believe, doomed to an inevitable decline.

Her heart had not yet received the inevitable summons to respond.

At the tollhouse, there were further excuses for delaying the inevitable moment.

As between child and parent or nurse it is not argued about because it is inevitable.

It means carrying the burdens which are inevitable in cross-bearing.

Yet they behaved with Oriental composure and calmly accepted the inevitable.

Somewhat surprised at her lack of protest--or was it resignation to the inevitable?

But we have here a specimen of the inevitable consequence of sin.

But it was all inevitable, and that's what people won't admit in France.

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