ineluctably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- What is it about the Middle East that makes its conflicts so intractable, such that one summer's guns ineluctably conjure up so many earlier spasms of violence?.
- Quite sensibly, he wouldn't provide details of the night's festivities, buteventually, ineluctablysomeone will.
- And even as they help open the mind to new experiences, drugs also can distort the reality to which users ineluctably return.
News & Articles
- Gifts for the weary traveller
Like it or not, the holidays seem to ineluctably entail travel—and the headaches that accompany trips to see family and friends. So while you're considering gifts for those not-so-near yet dear, there are several gadgets we've tested over the past year that we've found can ease the travails of the road warrior in your family.
Nov. 19, 2013 - Fox News
- Sigmund Freud in Chicago Tribune
And Freud responds, "It is all encrypted in the body. What is not recollected is ineluctably re-enacted:."
- John Roberts in Chicago Tribune
Creating a tribunal to relieve the court of some cases--with the result that the court will have the opportunity to fill the gap with new cases--augments the power of the judicial branch, ineluctably at the expense of the executive branch,...
- Aquilino Pimentel Jr in International Herald Tribune
Ironic as it sounds,said Aquilino Pimentel Jr., an opposition senator, "Mr. Bunye has himself provided the smoking gun that tends to show ineluctably that massive cheating did take place in the presidential election of 2004."