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- adj. Incapable of being eluded or evaded
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Incapable of being eluded or evaded; unvoidable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not eludible; not to be eluded or escaped.
But the Madame concluded, I have faith that certain ineludible and fundamental principles are again emerging regnant and that self-interest, I repeat self-interest, of the superpowers will insure wiser and thought-out decisions.
On it, someone has daubed the ineludible, monstrous question: Why do I do this every day?
"Is that reply," he asked in a "got-him-this-time" manner, "given by reason of freedom of choice or ineludible necessity?"
"What right have you to ask that bright and happy girl -- any girl -- to share the uncertainties, the parsimony, the ineludible struggle of your disappointing life?"
He felt as never before the ineludible loneliness of the ranger's life.
Lord Mergwain made no answer, but in his silence seemed to be making up his mind to the ineludible.
The Crimson Hand expressed the ineludible gripe, in which mortality clutches the highest and purest of earthly mould, degrading them into kindred with the lowest, and even with the very brutes, like whom their
The crimson hand expressed the ineludible gripe in which mortality clutches the highest and purest of earthly mould, degrading them into kindred with the lowest, and even with the very brutes, like whom their visible frames return to dust.
Su vida se extendió durante casi la totalidad del siglo y su carrera abarca dos de los estilos artísticos más radicalmente diferentes del momento: el tenso e ineludible mundo político del vanguardismo europeo y la vibrante y masculina libertad del expresionismo abstracto americano.
Faced with this ineludible dilemma, advocates of green capitalism and technological optimism seek refuge in the efficiency mantra.
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