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in·es·cap·a·ble

 (ĭn′ĭ-skā′pə-bəl)
adj.
Impossible to escape or avoid; inevitable: inescapable consequences. See Synonyms at certain.

in′es·cap′a·bly adv.
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Adv.1.inescapably - by necessity; "the situation slid inescapably toward disaster "
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inescapably

[ˌɪnɪsˈkeɪpəblɪ] ADVineludiblemente, incuestionablemente

inescapably

advunvermeidlich; inescapably, this means that …dies bedeutet unvermeidlicherweise, dass …
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In consequence, our actions as Christians become inescapably political, the building of a city that abides.
In the game, Carwyn's intelligence transcended nationality, as did many of his views, but at the same time he was inescapably Welsh and you could not know him for long without hearing him quote his favourite poet, Gwenallt, bidding you remember that you cannot care for the nations of the world unless first you learn to care for your own.
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it is on the cross that Jesus undertakes "penal substitution"--that is, on the cross Jesus "endured and exhausted the destructive divine judgment for which we were otherwise inescapably destined and so won for us forgiveness, adoption and glory" (175).
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Lord knows just how much best crockery has met its end each time the inescapably danceable Baggy Trousers has filtered through the speakers or how many of you have put your back out while doing the moves.
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