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inevitable
used in The Great Gatsby

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Definition
certain to happen (even if one tried to prevent it)
  • I remembered, of course, that the World's Series had been fixed in 1919, but if I had thought of it at all I would have thought of it as a thing that merely happened, the end of some inevitable chain.
    p. 73.5
inevitable = certain to happen
  • They were never quite the same ones in physical person, but they were so identical one with another that it inevitably seemed they had been there before.
    p. 63.4
  • I stayed late that night, Gatsby asked me to wait until he was free, and I lingered in the garden until the inevitable swimming party had run up, chilled and exalted, from the black beach, until the lights were extinguished in the guest-rooms overhead.
    p. 109.2

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