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Definitions

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  • noun The state or condition of being ineluctable.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the quality of being impossible to avoid or evade

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Examples

  • That Andrew would ignore Obama's ineluctability in the actual November election shows that he is not making a wise choice as a Super Delegate.

    Major Clinton backer switches to Obama

  • This is not because the layabouts in the halls of government are demonstrably lazier than those of the private sector, but because of their ineluctability.

    Light Work If You Can Get It

  • Gradually, and yet with a grim ineluctability, the vibrant hue of her faultless skin was replaced with a wan and lurid tincture.

    Nevermore

  • Over and above the scientific gains that the Catholic liberal consensus has made, its major achievement has been to rediscover the ineluctability of this hermeneutical circle of revelation and faith.

    Revolution in the Church

  • We need to be very careful about this doctrine of inevitability or ineluctability.

    1970: The Year of Transition

  • Mr. Wiesel found his depiction "obscene," it was reported, and it's true that Galkin and Madoff spend an unusually long time trading observations about the ineluctability of the male sexual drive.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "How both these guys and those around them use their power to screw Gabrielle over is the real subject of this film, which is shot and cut with the ineluctability of a mathematical proof," writes Glenn Kenny.

    GreenCine Daily

  • These days, movies earn the title of "political" simply by virtue of their subject matter. real events that occurred in Greece in 1963, is political in the deeper sense: It attempts to think about politics, from the sick logic of fascism (in the opening scene, a junta leader compares the squelching of ideological "- isms" to the removal of mildew) to the awful ineluctability of mob violence.

    Slate Magazine

  • It symbolises the inextricable, inexplicable, ineluctability of the meta memetics of meta | camp and I pity the foo 'who thinks otherwise.

    Thornley Fallis

  • "How both these guys and those around them use their power to screw Gabrielle over is the real subject of this film, which is shot and cut with the ineluctability of a mathematical proof," writes Glenn Kenny.

    GreenCine Daily

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