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The most intangible of assets and the most unescapable of liabilities.

Most of them were built of the sod itself, and were only the unescapable ground in another form.

This which appears to you lawlessness is obedience to an unescapable law.

The idea was now unescapable that the police were inviting the people to a quarrel.

Now Turner brings the doubt back to us, unescapable any more.

The personal bias was unescapable, and this bias favoured sickness, not health.

The four walls of character and environment are an unescapable prison.

There was one unescapable knot, no matter how she untangled the skein.

That the whole question was one of minutes was an unescapable conclusion.

There are, naturally, in all this unescapable elements of speculation.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1300, from Old North French escaper, Old French eschaper (12c., Modern French échapper), from Vulgar Latin *excappare, literally "get out of one's cape, leave a pursuer with just one's cape," from Latin ex- "out of" (see ex-) + Late Latin cappa "mantle" (see cap (n.)). Related: Escaped; escaping.

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