English words and Examples of Usage

use "inevitable" in a sentence

Some commentators fretted about an inevitable cooling of passions.

“But then again, I always liked them, so maybe it was inevitable.”

Are green-themed restaurants inevitable for VC investors, this year?

New elections seem inevitable now, DW's Jannis Papadimitriou writes.

It wasn't a dream. 9:06 p.m.: The Californians: This was inevitable.

Candace Alyshia 5pts We live in a place where drought is inevitable.

CNET, Wired, and the Wall Street Journal all agree. 4K is inevitable.

But it's not inevitable that rising prices will continue indefinitely.

Did you think that Solidarity and WiP's victory were inevitable?

Read up on Roths There’s an upside to the inevitable downturn in stocks.

Why do people delay in getting help, even after they know the inevitable?

And maybe the fear of unknown languages is an inevitable problem in Britain.

The generational shift is arduous but steady and inevitable, residents says.

It was inevitable that China would join the currency war at some point."

It is perhaps inevitable that such emotionally charged issues continue to vex us.

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