ineluctability :

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  • n  the quality of being impossible to avoid or evade

  • In Cambodia, by contrast, Buddhism encouraged a belief in the ineluctability of karma and the idea that evil suffered is evil deserved.
  • In the end, the French people said yes to Maastricht because in spite of their hesitations, they were, in their majority, persuaded of the necessity and ineluctability of the .
  • But they get under your skin OK, we'll skip the dog-with-fleas joke and make you think about something most movies have forgotten: the ineluctability of American .

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