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Experts point toward a spate of recent public health crises—SARS in 2003, the H1N1 scare of 2009, and Ebola in 2014—as indications that the interconnected, fast-moving nature of the modern world makes the spread of new illnesses unavoidable.

Sectors such as travel, hospitality, and retail experienced sharp declines in revenue that were mostly unavoidable.

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As the deadliest natural disaster in US history, the storm gets plenty of attention—but most people present it as an unavoidable tragedy.

Davis’s presence, though, has also made the comparisons all the more unavoidable.

So, sometimes they’re unavoidable, and sometimes they’re great and useful.

Such an outcome, because it is unavoidable, must be anticipated.

She hired a full-time nanny only when it became unavoidable as the family made plans to travel to Australia for a royal tour.

It was audacious and global in scope, yet annoying for being unavoidable.

The manufacturing and sexualization of young starlets is a particularly obvious example of this unavoidable reality.

So, what pray tell is this crucial unavoidable question that all evangelicals must answer?

Either they are unavoidable if your living questions are fully discussed, or they are irrelevant and they do not matter.

It was no surprise since he had been threatened with such for many months, he regarded it therefore as unavoidable.

The violent shock dazed Malcolm for a second, but all might yet have been well were it not for an unavoidable accident.

The explanation is simple enough and ought to satisfy you that the misadventure was unavoidable.

The suffering of individuals, of large masses, indeed, is unavoidable under capitalist conditions.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unavoidable, such as: certain, inescapable, inevitable, necessary, obligatory, and compulsory.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.