evitable evitable


  • (adj) capable of being avoided or warded off



  1. He was so tense as he scrubbed up to do a Caesarean operation that a nurse had to stand by his side and put the in evitable cigarette into his mouth for an occasional drag.
  2. Yet Alfred Hitchcock has done so without any discernible effort, spiritlessly following the events to their evitable inconclusion.
  3. Modern sculpture itself made it in evitable.



  • "I am not entirely comfortable, candidly, with sort of being in this particular situation," Petraeus said. "I've actually tried to stay somewhat apolitical. ...... I guess it's sort of evitable to end up in this position."
    on Sep 14, 2007 By: David Petraeus Source: MiamiHerald.com

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