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inevitable
used in The Fellowship of the Ring

4 uses
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Definition
certain to happen (even if one tried to prevent it)
  • ...they rather dreaded the after-dinner speech of their host (an inevitable item).
    1.1 -- Book 1 Chapter 1 -- A Long-expected Party (38% in)
inevitable = certain to happen
  • As a guide I had only my own feelings for what is appealing or moving, and for many the guide was inevitably often at fault.
    Forward (42% in)
  • As the story grew it put down roots (into the past) and threw out unexpected branches: but its main theme was settled from the outset by the inevitable choice of the Ring as the link between it and _The Hobbit.
    Forward (54% in)
  • It was written long before the foreshadow of 1939 had yet become a threat of inevitable disaster, and from that point the story would have developed along essentially the same lines, if that disaster had been averted.
    Forward (56% in)

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