ineluctable ineluctable


  • (adj) impossible to avoid or evade:



  1. There are a few ineluctable facts about buildings.
  2. There are a few ineluctable facts about buildings.
  3. If so, the Roberts court is embarked upon a gradual, but ineluctable, rollback of all racial preferences.


  • Who Killed Equality?

    There are two main schools of thought on income inequality: The fatalists, who contend that rising inequality is the ineluctable result of a changing economy, and the redistributionists, who blame a skewed tax system and lethargic government. Perhaps it’s time to consider a third.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Bloomberg


  1. "All we can do in the face of that ineluctable defeat called life," writes Mr. Kundera, "is to try to understand it. That -- that is the raison d'être of the art of the novel."
    on Feb 9, 2007 By: Milan Kundera Source: Wall Street Journal

  2. "We are facing the ineluctable minority-ization of the French population in Montreal. Of course there's cause for worry, especially when you consider that immigration is reaching unprecedented levels and 85 per cent of immigrants to Quebec live in...
    on Dec 5, 2007 By: Mario Beaulieu Source: Toronto Star

  3. Billing panchayati raj institutions (PRIs) as an "ineluctable, irremovable and irreversible" part of the Indian system, Mr. Aiyar said it was hugely successful in politically empowering women and the marginal sections of society.
    on Dec 14, 2006 By: Mani Shankar Aiyar Source: Hindu

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