inexorability : Definition, Usages, News and More

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

  • 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.
  • THE APA repertory includes Pantagleize, a Belgian farce that wrestles with commitment in life; Exit the King, an existential drama that confronts the inexorability of death; The .
  • After the marathon credentials session, the convention took on an air of inexorability.

  • Mikhail Khodorkovsky in Bloomberg
    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...
  • Hazel Blears in
    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.

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