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
Word Origin for ineluctable
"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).