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The Count of Monte Cristo
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inexorable
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Thus a new, a stronger, and more inexorable barrier was interposed to cut off the realization of their hopes.
  • On seeing me die such a death, the most inexorable will have pity on you.
  • Valentine had approached, or rather, had placed her lips so near the fence, that they nearly touched those of Morrel, which were pressed against the other side of the cold and inexorable barrier.
  • He had just acted the inexorable judge with her, he had condemned her to death, and she, crushed by remorse, struck with terror, covered with the shame inspired by the eloquence of his irreproachable virtue,—she, a poor, weak woman, without help or the power of defending herself against his absolute and supreme will,—she might at that very moment, perhaps, be preparing to die!

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  • as inexorable as death
  • They came wave after wave in an inexorable attack.

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