Origin of ineluctable
Examples from the Web for ineluctably
And the Ukrainian army, slowly, uncertainly, but ineluctably, is closing in on this besieged ghost-town of a city.
The grim thought came to her that she had ineluctably become a valuable operative in the interests of the Vose-Mern agency.Joan of Arc of the North Woods|Holman Day
Self which it itself was ineluctably preconditioned to become.Ulysses|James Joyce
British Dictionary definitions for ineluctably
Word Origin for ineluctable
Word Origin and History for ineluctably
"not to be escaped by struggling," 1620s, from Latin ineluctabilis "unavoidable, inevitable," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + eluctari "to struggle out of," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + luctari "to struggle" (see reluctance).