unavoidability love

Definitions

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  • noun The state or condition of being unavoidable.

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

  • noun the quality of being impossible to avoid or evade

Etymologies

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unavoidable +‎ -ity

Examples

  • In light of this bear attack unavoidability BAU, it is especially important to know exactly what to do and not do when this situation inevitably occurs.

    Dave Hill: So You're About to Be Attacked by a Bear

  • In light of this bear attack unavoidability BAU, it is especially important to know exactly what to do and not do when this situation inevitably occurs.

    Dave Hill: So You're About to Be Attacked by a Bear

  • "The clear message from [real money] investors [is] one of resignation as regards the unavoidability of a near-term bailout," Rabobank senior fixed-income strategist Richard McGuire said in a note.

    Pressures Mount on Portugal

  • A counterargument would stress that the greatest learning is derived from the inimitable, silence betrays cowardice, disaffiliation and indie culture give the lie to the unavoidability of affiliation, the literary field exists in many sites other than the academy, self-victimization is the reigning philosophy, program writers are more self-commodifying than the disaffiliated, the system purges internal feedback from dissenters, and the end of excellence is well in sight.

    Anis Shivani: Can Writing Be Taught?

  • A counterargument would stress that the greatest learning is derived from the inimitable, silence betrays cowardice, disaffiliation and indie culture give the lie to the unavoidability of affiliation, the literary field exists in many sites other than the academy, self-victimization is the reigning philosophy, program writers are more self-commodifying than the disaffiliated, the system purges internal feedback from dissenters, and the end of excellence is well in sight.

    Anis Shivani: Can Writing Be Taught?

  • A counterargument would stress that the greatest learning is derived from the inimitable, silence betrays cowardice, disaffiliation and indie culture give the lie to the unavoidability of affiliation, the literary field exists in many sites other than the academy, self-victimization is the reigning philosophy, program writers are more self-commodifying than the disaffiliated, the system purges internal feedback from dissenters, and the end of excellence is well in sight.

    Anis Shivani: Can Writing Be Taught? The Systems-Theory Rationalizations Of An Insider

  • The only difference was with Siberia's insects, who outclassed their Polish counterparts in size, persistence, and unavoidability.

    DBTL 65: Green Hectares

  • A counterargument would stress that the greatest learning is derived from the inimitable, silence betrays cowardice, disaffiliation and indie culture give the lie to the unavoidability of affiliation, the literary field exists in many sites other than the academy, self-victimization is the reigning philosophy, program writers are more self-commodifying than the disaffiliated, the system purges internal feedback from dissenters, and the end of excellence is well in sight.

    Anis Shivani: Can Writing Be Taught? The Systems-Theory Rationalizations Of An Insider

  • A counterargument would stress that the greatest learning is derived from the inimitable, silence betrays cowardice, disaffiliation and indie culture give the lie to the unavoidability of affiliation, the literary field exists in many sites other than the academy, self-victimization is the reigning philosophy, program writers are more self-commodifying than the disaffiliated, the system purges internal feedback from dissenters, and the end of excellence is well in sight.

    Anis Shivani: Can Writing Be Taught? The Systems-Theory Rationalizations Of An Insider

  • A counterargument would stress that the greatest learning is derived from the inimitable, silence betrays cowardice, disaffiliation and indie culture give the lie to the unavoidability of affiliation, the literary field exists in many sites other than the academy, self-victimization is the reigning philosophy, program writers are more self-commodifying than the disaffiliated, the system purges internal feedback from dissenters, and the end of excellence is well in sight.

    Anis Shivani: Can Writing Be Taught? The Systems-Theory Rationalizations Of An Insider

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