inevitably


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in·ev·i·ta·ble

 (ĭn-ĕv′ĭ-tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Impossible to avoid or prevent; certain to happen. See Synonyms at certain.
2. Invariably occurring or appearing; predictable: the inevitable changes of the seasons.

in·ev′i·ta·bil′i·ty, in·ev′i·ta·ble·ness n.
in·ev′i·ta·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.inevitably - in such a manner as could not be otherwise; "it is necessarily so"; "we must needs by objective"
2.inevitably - by necessity; "the situation slid inescapably toward disaster "

inevitably

adverb unavoidably, naturally, necessarily, surely, certainly, as a result, automatically, consequently, of necessity, perforce, inescapably, as a necessary consequence Inevitably, the proposal is running into difficulties.
Translations
حَتْما، حَتْمِيَّا
samozřejmě
poikkeuksettavääjäämättävääjäämättömästiväistämättömästi
óhjákvæmilega
nevyhnutne
neizogibno
kaçınılmaz şekilde

inevitably

[ɪnˈevɪtəblɪ] ADVinevitablemente, forzosamente
as inevitably happenscomo siempre ocurre ...

inevitably

[ɪnˈɛvɪtəbli] adv [lead to, result in] → inévitablement, fatalement
inevitably ... → inévitablement ..., fatalement ...

inevitably

advzwangsläufig; if it’s inevitably the case that …wenn es notgedrungenerweise or zwangsläufig so sein muss, dass …; inevitably rising priceszwangsläufig steigende Preise; one question inevitably leads to anothereine Frage zieht unweigerlich weitere nach sich; talk inevitably turned to politicsdas Gespräch kam unweigerlich or zwangsläufig auf Politik; inevitably, he got drunk/was latees konnte ja nicht ausbleiben, dass er sich betrank/zu spät kam; as inevitably happens on these occasionswie es bei solchen Anlässen immer ist

inevitably

[ɪnˈɛvɪtəblɪ] advinevitabilmente
as inevitably happens ... → come immancabilmente succede...

inevitable

(inˈevitəbl) adjective
that cannot be avoided; certain to happen, be done, said, used etc. The Prime Minister said that war was inevitable.
inˌevitaˈbility noun
inˈevitably adverb
as you might expect. Inevitably the train was late.
References in classic literature ?
He, I know--for the question had been discussed among us long before the Time Machine was made--thought but cheerlessly of the Advancement of Mankind, and saw in the growing pile of civilization only a foolish heaping that must inevitably fall back upon and destroy its makers in the end.
Like a monkey which puts its paw into the narrow neck of a jug, and having seized a handful of nuts will not open its fist for fear of losing what it holds, and therefore perishes, the French when they left Moscow had inevitably to perish because they carried their loot with them, yet to abandon what they had stolen was as impossible for them as it is for the monkey to open its paw and let go of its nuts.
Nicholl had thought, not perhaps without reason, that the handling of such formidable quantities of pyroxyle would, in all probability, involve a grave catastrophe; and at any rate, that this immense mass of eminently inflammable matter would inevitably ignite when submitted to the pressure of the projectile.
In the next chapter the Struggle for Existence amongst all organic beings throughout the world, which inevitably follows from their high geometrical powers of increase, will be treated of.
Although all Vronsky's inner life was absorbed in his passion, his external life unalterably and inevitably followed along the old accustomed lines of his social and regimental ties and interests.
As a priest, the framework of his order inevitably hemmed him in.
Every Constitution for the United States must inevitably consist of a great variety of particulars, in which thirteen independent States are to be accommodated in their interests or opinions of interest.
Long exile from Christendom and civilization inevitably restores a man to that condition in which God placed him, i.
Such unintermitted strainings upon the planted iron must sooner or later inevitably extract it.
Joy always within, and they, like the actor, inevitably without.
The man reached the intersection of the two galleries hardly two seconds before me for the meeting which I had prepared--the fatal shock which must inevitably take place at that spot
When men exercise their reason coolly and freely on a variety of distinct questions, they inevitably fall into different opinions on some of them.