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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinevitablein‧ev‧i‧ta‧ble /ɪˈnevətəbəl/ ●●○ W3 AWL adjective  1 CERTAINLY/DEFINITELYcertain to happen and impossible to avoid A further escalation of the crisis now seems inevitable.it is inevitable (that) It’s inevitable that doctors will make the occasional mistake.inevitable consequence/result Disease was an inevitable consequence of poor living conditions.see thesaurus at certain2 the inevitable
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inevitableSince the leaders can't agree, more fighting is inevitable.War now seems inevitable.Nina could never escape the inevitable comparisons that people made between her and her twin.If the population continues to expand, Ehrlich argues, mass starvation and ecological disaster will be the inevitable consequence.Payton handled the inevitable questions about his past with great dignity.The price of bread was doubled, with the inevitable result - riots in the streets of Paris.It was inevitable that he'd find out her secret sooner or later.it is inevitable (that)Winter may seem like a long way off, but it is inevitable.The comparison was then premature, but it is inevitable now.If any nation decides to plant settlements upon the land of another, it is inevitable that a violent response will follow.Perhaps it is inevitable that the relationship should be difficult.During this period of transition it is inevitable that we will be teaching the old with the new.As an entrepreneur, it is inevitable that you will be buffeted from side to side as you experience the roller coaster.From time to time it is inevitable there will be some unwelcome arrivals in the net.Speculating about their answers is pointless yet it is inevitable when Mr Garel-Jones's resignation letter crosses the boundary of credulity.
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