- incapable of being escaped, ignored, or avoided; ineluctable: inescapable responsibilities.
Origin of inescapable
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Examples from the Web for inescapably
Oddly you nurture it, it is part of you, and inescapably part of your past, present, and future.Grief: The Real Monster in The Babadook
December 19, 2014
When The Daily Beast spoke to Scott when he was in Pyongyang, the clicks and grumbles on the phone line were inescapably obvious.
Young men with mental illness are a common denominator but so, inescapably, are guns.What We Didn’t Learn After Newtown
December 8, 2013
And for the inescapably materialistic aspirations of that blacksmith, DuBois did not have much regard.David's Book Club: The Souls of Black Folk
May 5, 2013
To be sure, we will inescapably judge the decisions that other governments make; I judge folks like Hugo Chavez all the time.Should We Force Other Countries to Be Safe?
April 30, 2013
The young man was in the air as inescapably as if he were the measles.Virginia
The odium of that reputation was inescapably his, Orson Vane's.The Imitator
She fought against the answer, but slowly, inescapably, it formed in her mind.Bedside Manner
I mean that on days like this, we remember that we are all part of a continuum, inescapably connected by the ties that bind.
She had no personal relations—no responsibilities toward them such as Rose felt were inescapably hers.Rose of Dutcher's Coolly
- incapable of being escaped or avoided
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Word Origin and History for inescapably
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