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And then, in a sudden flash of illumination, he saw precisely wherein that sense of inexorableness lay.
The inexorableness of Dante is nowhere more dreadful than in the eighth Canto of the Inferno.
It was always—punctually, inevitably, with the inexorableness of a mechanical law—it was always the wrong thing that struck him.
That doctrine, however, does not go well together with the belief in the universality and inexorableness of suffering.
He had known nothing of the bitterness of defeat, the losing battle with fate, the inexorableness of bereavement.
It seems to have the quality of inexorableness that duty has.
The inexorableness of a great will was present in the room as an actual thing.
He shared the Hebraic sense of the awful mystery and fearfulness of life and the splendor and inexorableness of the moral law.
She would have exulted in making them feel his inexorableness.
It was he, in his inexorableness, close shut up against any appeal or argument, that was the superior now.
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