Definition of Inescapably

1. Adverb. By necessity. "The situation slid inescapably toward disaster "




Definition of Inescapably

1. Adverb. In an inescapable manner. ¹

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Definition of Inescapably

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inescapably

inertinite
inertinites
inertinitic
inertion
inertitude
inertiƦ
inertly
inertness
inertnesses
inerts
inerudite
inescapabilities
inescapability
inescapable
inescapableness
inescapably (current term)
inescate
inescated
inescates
inescating
inescation
inescations
inesculent
inescutcheon
inescutcheons
inesite
inessential
inessentiality
inessentially
inessentials

Literary usage of Inescapably

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1. California and Affirmative Action: Hearing Before the Committee on the by United States. (1999)
"That is unfair inescapably. Inevitably, it will breed resentment, as it has, and that is dividing Americans, and you will see more and more books coming ..."

2. The Christian Crusade for a Warless World by Sidney Lewis Gulick, Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America Commission on International Justice and Goodwill (1922)
"Whether or not they are codified and adopted by a people, they nevertheless are inescapably and eternally operative. A people among whom these principles of ..."

3. China Joins the World: Progress and Prospects by Elizabeth Economy, Michel Oksenberg (1999)
"By dint of what it is and what it does, China inescapably becomes part of both ... inescapably, the Beijing government's treatment of nearly one-fourth of ..."

4. Global Environmental Risk by Jeanne X. Kasperson, Roger E. Kasperson (2001)
"With the inability to produce consensus came the realization that negotiating risk issues and objectives is inescapably political. ..."

5. Knowledge, Curriculum and Qualifications in South African Further Education by Michael Young, Jeanne Gamble, Human Sciences Research Council (2007)
"categories, theories, concepts and symbols are inescapably social in origin. It is useful to distinguish between two aspects of this sociality of knowledge, ..."

6. Main Street by Sinclair Lewis (1920)
"Had she really bound herself to live, inescapably, in this town called Gopher Prairie? And this thick man beside her, who dared to define her future, ..."

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