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  • adv. In an evitable way; avoidably.


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evitable +‎ -ly


  • In - evitably, almost self-destructively, she tested her mother to make sure.


  • People don't seem to understand that having and hanging out with close friends wont take anything away from a relationship as long as everyone can be honest ... in fact, I think it makes a relationship much less stressfull. .and evitably more enjoyable.

    mesocyclone Diary Entry

  • With the realization that one is dreaming comes in-evitably a reassessment of one's condition, followed by an urgent desire to Wake Up. He blinked and sat erect.

    Mid Flinx

  • Now Mach and Bane were both working for them, and their facility with magic in this frame, and with science in the other, was in - evitably growing.

    Unicorn Point

  • In - evitably, Earth tended to dominate the proceedings - as it dominated the landscape beyond the dome.

    Rendezvous with Rama

  • Conflicts of interest are in - evitably settled by violence, the superior individual being the winner until the weak learn that unified they can outmatch the strength of any individual.


  • The basic orien - tation of this materialism was practical, and its appli - cation to social life was seen by Marx to follow in - evitably from insight into the human condition.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • It matters little whether such intervention occurs avowedly or through action that in - evitably tends to check the ardor and fearlessness of scholars, qualities at once so fragile and so indispensable for fruitful academic labor


  • He endowed these fortunate individuals with perseverance, so that they would in - evitably lead the good lives which merit eternal re - wards.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • And yet tensions or “contradictions” arise in - evitably between these two aspects of human life, and progress consists in their emergence and in the over - coming of them.



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