inescapably inescapably  /ˌɪ nɪ ˈskeɪ pəb li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) by necessity

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. The new American nationality was inescapably English in language, ideas and institutions.
  2. The new American nationality was inescapably English in language, ideas and institutions.
  3. While we are aware that there is something inescapably tragic about the cost of achieving our democratic ideals, we keep such tragic awareness segregated to the rear of our minds.

News

  • Review: Designer handbags in the globby flesh at Gusford

    Reaction to Andrea Hasler's show at Gusford is inescapably reflexive at first--and not just one reflex is triggered, but two, the polar opposites of attraction and repulsion.
    on July 6, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times

Quotes

  1. "Well, there are heroic moms like mine, heroic extended families," Mr. Obama told Smith. "My grandparents helped raise me. But the fact is that the absence of fathers has an effect on kids. And it's inescapably true: Kids without fathers are...
    on Jun 21, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: CBS News

  2. "If my work has a theme," Yates said, "I suspect it is a simple one: that most human beings are inescapably alone, and therein lies their tragedy."
    on Jan 7, 2009 By: Richard Yates Source: Independent

  3. Galbraith says, "The fraud begins with a controlling fact, inescapably evident but universally ignored. It is that the future economic performance of the economy, the passage from good times to recession or depression and back, cannot be foretold....
    on Nov 22, 2009 By: John Kenneth Galbraith Source: Daily News & Analysis

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