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  • n. The state or condition of being evitable.


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evitable +‎ -ity


  • Mrs. Clinton probably still will be the nominee, and her brush with evitability may leave her better prepared for the rigors of a general election campaign than Kerry was.

    From the WSJ Opinion Archives

  • Then it was Dean's inevitable until he inevitably becomes evitable, at which point evitability is itself evitable, then it became well he's behind now but his money and organization still dominate his rivals'.

    ~ Angry Bear

  • P.S. Just a week ago, Matt Y. predicted that Dean's moment of inevitability would be followed by an inevitable moment of evitability which would be followed by victory.

    December 2003 ~ Angry Bear

  • She felt an odd calm settle over her, a resignation of sorts, an acceptance of the in - evitability of chance and fate.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara

  • I. Berlin, Historical In - evitability (Oxford, 1954).



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