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adverb as in unavoidably

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Winners, like Tesla, and losers, like Solyndra, inevitably emerge.

A treat for walkers, joggers and bikers before the winter cold inevitably arrives.

It makes sense to think demand will inevitably rebound briskly, sending Brent and WTI higher in the year to come.

From Fortune

This “is high enough to slow measles or interrupt it for periods of time, but it inevitably leads to the accumulation of susceptible children, and eventually this flares up into outbreaks,” says Crowcroft.

All government focus was turned to combating coronavirus and Cummings himself inevitably became part of the story.

From Fortune

Inevitably, the old visceral “hands-on” flying skills, no longer much employed by pilots, have atrophied like an unused limb.

And with regular clients that see him at least twice a month, relationships inevitably form.

Paying for all those pensions inevitably means less money for parks and schools.

And, of course, it was against the mixing of the races that the music inevitably provoked.

The pictures of Gilkes emphasize, quite rightly and inevitably, his classic good looks.

Hither does every soul in the place, at some hour or other of the day, inevitably gravitate.

The increased volume of the supply thus produced inevitably forces down the price till it sinks to the point of cost.

The majority pick up a job when they can, but are inevitably idle and suffering two-thirds of the time.

The ceremony inevitably lacked certain of the traditional accessories that strangely influenced the popular mind.

It was a large gathering, a happy occasion, though tinged inevitably with regrets.


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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inevitably, such as: necessarily, surely, and inescapably.

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