inevitably

[ in-ev-i-tuh-buh l ]
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All day he had noticed how inevitably the conversation turned to the young surgeon.

As inevitably as the night followed the day, she was losing her game.

There must inevitably come a great crash, and Mr. Wade's interest was aroused.

However successful he may be in other directions, he will inevitably fail in this.

And I have reason to believe so too—since if you stay, you will inevitably be Solmes's wife.

After a few days, inevitably the question of Kawgama came up.

In commercial crises, such men must inevitably go to the wall.

The one went with the other almost as inevitably as the wave goes with the wind.

And therefore philosophers must inevitably fall under the censure of the world?

It was so inevitably what must have been believed, and yet it had never crossed his mind.

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