Definition of unavoidably in English:

unavoidably

adverb

  • In a way that cannot be avoided, prevented, or ignored.

    ‘she was unavoidably detained on urgent business’
    sentence adverb ‘the book becomes, perhaps unavoidably, slightly repetitive’
    • ‘Since the grouping here isn't chronological, there's an unavoidably scattershot feel to the set list.’
    • ‘Unavoidably, given the author's identity, large stretches of My Stroke of Luck stray into predictable showbiz memoir territory.’
    • ‘As you go about achieving this objective, civilian lives are unavoidably lost.’
    • ‘There's no escaping his darker viewpoint and it is unavoidably a deeply schizophrenic album.’
    • ‘Food safety is, unavoidably, a global issue.’

Pronunciation

unavoidably

/ʌnəˈvɔɪdəbli/