unavoidable

Part of speech: adjective

Inevitable.

Part of speech: adjective

That can not be made null and void.

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Usage examples "unavoidable":

  1. I'm sure you'll be more satisfied and so shall I. She sat quietly in the car while he was gone looking up at the lighted windows and thinking all sorts of sympathetic thoughts concerning those inside- yet with a tiny fear in her heart that he would find some new and unavoidable duty to detain him. - "Red Pepper Burns", Grace S. Richmond.
  2. But, partly from unforeseen circumstances, and partly from official forms and the pressure of business deemed of greater importance, he was destined to experience a long succession of delays; which, though certainly unintentional, and perhaps in some degree unavoidable, were ultimately productive of very unfortunate results. - "The Journal Of A Mission To The Interior Of Africa, In The Year 1805", Mungo Park.
  3. Although without any official confirmation of his suspicions, he had kept his eyes and ears opened and he was convinced that trouble was unavoidable. - "To Him That Hath A Novel Of The West Of Today", Ralph Connor.