She looked very beautiful when her soul was being played on in this way by the inexorable power of sound.
Her brother was the human being of whom she had been most afraid from her childhood upward; afraid with that fear which springs in us when we love one who is inexorable, unbending, unmodifiable, with a mind that we can never mould ourselves upon, and yet that we cannot endure to alienate from us.
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as inexorable as death
They came wave after wave in an inexorable attack.