inexorable[ in-ek-ser-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF inexorable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEXORABLE
The inexorable voice went on in its monotone, as if he had not spoken.
She felt as if she had been caught in an inexorable hand that had closed about her.
Nor was there any appeal from the inexorable logic of his remarks.
The ticking of the clock emphasized the inexorable silence of the house.
None but she could open to him, and he knew that, like God himself, Kirsty was inexorable.
But, no matter for that, inexorable duty claims him for the same toil.
But the stern-natured man with his rigid religion was inexorable.
But the conscientious uncles and aunts were inexorable as the Fates.
In this you have some more of what Gregorovius terms "inexorable logic."
The demands of these proud aristocrats were incessant and inexorable.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INEXORABLE
- out of control
- out of line
- dead set on
- locked in