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The transparent and unescapable meaning is death, but the alternatives allocated to the symbol are change and transformation.
It is the one eternal, undying, simple and unescapable truth which has withstood the onslaughts of time and ignorance.
Margaret stared foolishly at this unescapable inference from her own statements and admissions during his cross-examination.
And in that aspect, as in all other aspects, Nature is unescapable.
There never was genius with more inseparable, unescapable, tyrannizing consciousness of itself.
FRENCH CLASSICSWILLIAM CLEAVER WILKINSON
All sorts of human enterprise bear witness to its unescapable necessity.
THE MEANING OF FAITHHARRY EMERSON FOSDICK
On that day when the unalterable decree was issued Daniel was in imminent and unescapable peril.
LIVING FOR THE BESTJAMES G. K. MCCLURE
It leaves behind it an unescapable impression of bigness, of epic sweep and dignity.
A BOOK OF PREFACESH. L. MENCKEN
He had to go under—the thing was inevitable, unescapable, but he would at least go under like a man.
YOUNG MR. BARTER'S REPENTANCEDAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY
I woke, not roused by any unusual sound or motion, but disturbed by a sense of hovering evil, a horror imminent and unescapable.

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