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inevitable
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Crime and Punishment
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  • Pain and suffering are always inevitable for a large intelligence and a deep heart.
  • But I am sure you will not blame me for my inevitable silence.
  • And it would have meant a terrible scandal for Dounia too; that would have been inevitable.
  • Even his hair, touched here and there with grey, though it had been combed and curled at a hairdresser’s, did not give him a stupid appearance, as curled hair usually does, by inevitably suggesting a German on his wedding-day.
  • He did not yet know why it must be so, he only felt it, and the agonising sense of his impotence before the inevitable almost crushed him.
  • How glad he would have been to be free from some cares, the neglect of which would have threatened him with complete, inevitable ruin.
  • But it all went off very well; even the inevitable ejaculations of wonder and regret, the inevitable questions were extraordinarily few and restrained.
  • But it all went off very well; even the inevitable ejaculations of wonder and regret, the inevitable questions were extraordinarily few and restrained.
  • And as for some defects of character, for some habits and even certain differences of opinion—which indeed are inevitable even in the happiest marriages—Dounia has said that, as regards all that, she relies on herself, that there is nothing to be uneasy about, and that she is ready to put up with a great deal, if only their future relationship can be an honourable and straightforward one.
  • The light soon died away, but the look of suffering remained, and Zossimov, watching and studying his patient with all the zest of a young doctor beginning to practise, noticed in him no joy at the arrival of his mother and sister, but a sort of bitter, hidden determination to bear another hour or two of inevitable torture.
  • Through inevitable circumstances I am forced to be absent and shall not be at the dinner in spite of your mamma’s kind invitation."

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  • It is as inevitable as death and taxes.
  • The leaves fall each year with the inevitable change of the seasons.

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