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- adv. In an unavoidable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Inevitably; on account of some unavoidable thing or event.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by necessity
Why exactly such writers would choose the indirect and rhetorically impure mode of fiction -- which unavoidably is going to disperse and obscure your "themes" unless you run them diligently roughshod -- in order to give "expression" to such things is never made clear.
Carter believes he is ready to enter politics, and his name unavoidably will play a role in the outcome Tuesday.
The government had been "unavoidably" led to this conclusion following an "assessment of the process necessary".
The consequence was that although Washington is perhaps the most gossiping place in the world, I escaped its contamination altogether, and had no trouble except such as unavoidably grew out of my public duties; and although I had perhaps a more vexatious time than any of my predecessors in that respect I was the only man, they all say, who grew fat in that office.
Women have now to appeal to this new electorate to grant that justice which the old electorate has denied them; they have to begin again the weary round of educating their new masters by appeals and arguments; they will once more see their interests "unavoidably" deferred to the interests of the represented classes; they will once again be bidden to stand aside till it is time for another Reform bill to be considered!
People's Bank deputy governor, has to repeat every month that reserves must "unavoidably" or
Especially with GWB on the front line and having to 'unavoidably' mis or be lat for the convention.
"unavoidably" as you please -- lifted down a hundred delicate works of sculpture from the convent-walls where their pious authors placed them.
Mo felt his neck heat up and his thoughts drifting to an angry, ugly study of Philadelphia and Philadelphians and therefore, unavoidably, to his co-workers.
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