ineluctable

“in-uh-luckt-uh-bull” | /ɪn.ɪˈlʌk.tə.bəl/

adj – Impossible to avoid or escape; inescapable, irresistible.

“He has the irritating habit of arguing his opinions as ineluctable facts.”

“It was ineluctable that I became ill after being stranded in the snow for several hours.”

 

From Middle French inéluctable, from Latin inēluctābilis, from in- + ēluctor (“struggle out”) + -bilis.

4 thoughts on “ineluctable

    1. Hello Bill!
      We do! 🙂
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  1. O’la fellow humans;

    4get Bill ok.. Love this added word to my vocabulary 🤗, can’t wait to try it out on my people! “Irritating habit of”… Love it & U😘

    Peace,
    Good Travels

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