Origin of inevitable
Related formsin·ev·i·ta·bil·i·ty, in·ev·i·ta·ble·ness, nounin·ev·i·ta·bly, adverbqua·si-in·ev·i·ta·ble, adjectivequa·si-in·ev·i·ta·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for inevitability
There has been very little mourning of this dual scalping, just a sense of inevitability.
A book from any notable politician has become more an inevitability than an exception.Churchill Would Be Famous Today on the Strength of His Writing Alone|Anthony Paletta|June 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Even to its critics, marriage equality seemed to be taking on the air of inevitability.
On the Internet we call the inevitability of this trope “Rule 63.”
The epidemiology of polio is simple to understand—as simple as seeing the inevitability of the major crisis we have before us.U.N. Calls Middle East Polio Outbreak ‘Greatest Polio Challenge in History’|Kent Sepkowitz|April 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Cutty was merely reaching about for an expedient to thwart what to his anticipatory mind promised to be an inevitability.The Drums Of Jeopardy|Harold MacGrath
Any one who had denied that inevitability publicly would have been counted—oh!The World Set Free|Herbert George Wells
Such qualities alone will bring to a drama the selfless character which soaks it with inevitability.The Complete Essays of John Galsworthy|John Galsworthy
For a day he fought to resign himself to the inevitability of the Mormon custom, to forget Mescal, and then he gave up trying.The Heritage of the Desert|Zane Grey
The most applauded pieces were those, such as the "Lucia" inevitability, which the audience had heard most often.Main Street|Sinclair Lewis