One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The quality of being certain to happen.‘there was an air of inevitability about the outcome’‘the inevitability of death’‘one of the inevitabilities of life’
- ‘Ice ages, like slowly drifting polar ice caps, have a ponderous inevitability about them.’
- ‘Lack of funds has led to the inevitability of frequent alterations in the script.’
- ‘She must prepare herself to meet the inevitability of change.’
- ‘I keep going back to them, despite the inevitability of their politics.’
- ‘Audiences must have bought into the fatalistic inevitability of the plot devices.’
- ‘A fallen leaf drifts briefly into his life, and tells him of the inevitability and capricious nature of death.’
- ‘Events pile up to their wrenching conclusion with a slow, terrible inevitability.’
- ‘The kinetic imagery of the first scene frames her career, perpetually reminding the viewer of the inevitability of her decline.’
- ‘Made after the artist's recovery from two heart attacks, the sculpture is a physical representation of the inevitability of defeat.’
- ‘For painting, always a discursive medium, to address the visual language of the computer is a cultural inevitability.’
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