inexorability inexorability


  • (n) mercilessness characterized by an unwillingness to relent or let up



  1. Like most tragedies, the dark and demoralizing narrative arc of Mountains Painted with Turmeric is predictable its heft relying on the inexorability of disaster to come.
  2. After the marathon credentials session, the convention took on an air of inexorability.
  3. Most people go through graceful, productive phases, and they pass with the same inexorability as the awkward ones.


  1. "Hate can't be defeated by fury," Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Russia's richest man, said in a statement from jail where he's being kept on fraud and tax evasion charges that he denies as political. "Inexorability, solidarity, mutual help and...
    on Sep 7, 2004 By: Mikhail Khodorkovsky Source: Bloomberg

  2. "You just look at the inexorability of the timeline that takes you up to next spring and you have got to get some stuff going," says Blears.
    on Mar 17, 2009 By: Hazel Blears Source:

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