from The Century Dictionary.
- Incapable of being shunned; inevitable.
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- adjective Not
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Upon all those subjects that are of moral apprehension, society seems to possess an intelligence of its own, infinitely sensitive in its delicacy, and almost conclusive in the certainty of its determinations; indirect, and unconscious in its operation, yet unshunnable in sagacity, and as strong and confident as nature itself.
But he never let go his grip, his sense of resistance, his impulse to fight the worst, the unshunnable obligation of being alive and going on with the game, succeed or fail.
Russian hunters from the Siberian exile population; but this is a story of outrageous wrong followed by its own terrible and unshunnable