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  • adv. In an inexorable manner; without the possibility of stopping or prevention.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an inexorable manner; inflexibly.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an inexorable manner; so as to be immovable by entreaty.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an inexorable manner


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From inexorable +‎ -ly.


  • But they can see that power is moving inexorably from the the G8 to the G20, where Europe's influence will be diluted by major new players like China and India.

    How is Obama being viewed in Europe?

  • As McCain inexorably implodes, an extremely angry Republican party in most of its strands rears its ugly head — the extraordinary levels of hate at recent McCain-Palin rallies are just the tip of the iceberg.

    17 « October « 2008 « Niqnaq

  • Perhaps in some recess of the psyche the human organism knows that it is a fractal of the reflexive universe itself, repeated in microcosmic multiplicity like a holographic plate – worlds within worlds within worlds – and that, far beyond the cold war reflex, our emergence into space rose inexorably from the taproot of evolution, the heartsong of a cosmos that is finally the dance of spirit.

    Thoughts on Space | Living the Liminal

  • For to show clearly how violence changed, even corrupted children, drawing them into its maelstrom inexorably, is not to condemn their cause or to diminish their accomplishments but to get a little closer to the painful truths that shaped those who lived then and remember now.

    'I Saw a Nightmare …' Doing Violence to Memory: The Soweto Uprising, June 16, 1976

  • And then, abruptly, Lynch gave up his post and faded inexorably from the public's view, despite Fidelity's decision to send him around as its roving corporate ambassador.

    American Everyman

  • What he needs to learn at once and for all, to learn softly and easily, but inexorably, is that he is one of many.

    Women and Economics: A Study of the Economic Relation Between Men and Women as a Factor in Social Evolution

  • For years, I was sure that Easter and Esther were inexorably linked together (though I didn't use the word inexorably).


  • Neither “Man’s Rights” or “Racism” slams Kant, so I think it would be more accurate to say that NPR follows inexorably from the altruist-collectivist ethics.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More Influential Books

  • But that doesn’t lead inexorably from a concept of an era of persistent conflict.

    Conflict | ATTACKERMAN

  • From the caves in the cliffs came hundreds and hundreds of golden fliers, as if called inexorably by the thin thread of sunlight.

    Cattle Town


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  • "If I can't exclude those disjunctions, I'll die trying", Tom said inexorably.

    August 3, 2008