Definition of unescapable in US English:

unescapable

adjective

  • another term for inescapable
    • ‘This was absolutely essential and unescapable.’
    • ‘But Death is unescapable as long as there is Life.’
    • ‘The unescapable phenomenon then underlying astrology is that the different elements are related to each other and to our lives.’
    • ‘Only now, in this late hour, does he realize the folly of his ways: the spiral of destruction that has led to this unescapable darkness.’
    • ‘To me the problem lies in one unescapable human flaw - people's overwhelming drive to seek power and control over others.’
    • ‘Part of the overall drabness in this film emerges from the unescapable funnel effect of the visuals, which are doused in a cold blue-steel tint.’
    • ‘When we build our computers small, so small that errors become unescapable, will we continue to try to maintain the model of the transistor and the near deterministic completely controlled system?’
    • ‘He's also one of the board members of the Student Council - obviously it was the freshmen who voted for him - which adds to his unescapable air day by day.’
    • ‘It's wonderful - very comfy and safe for kitty, and unescapable.’
    • ‘The latter nation-view tends to incite feelings of unescapable impending doom, a resurgence of the old Cold-War nuclear Armageddon panics.’
    • ‘That knowing, unescapable smile, told her he was quite proud of what he had accomplished.’

Pronunciation

unescapable

/ˌənəˈskāpəbəl//ˌənəˈskeɪpəbəl/