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used in Interview with the Vampire

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certain to happen (even if one tried to prevent it)
  • Yet I cannot say it was inevitable from the moment that he stepped into that room.
    Part 1 (7% in)
  • No, indeed, it was not inevitable.
    Part 1 (7% in)
  • An artist, stealing paints from a store, for example, imagines himself to have made an inevitable but immoral decision, and then he sees ' self as fallen from grace; what follows is despair and petty irresponsibility, as if morality were a great glass world which can be utterly shattered by one act.
    Part 1 (45% in)
  • "I should have known," he said, "that it was inevitable, and I should have seen the signs of it coming.
    Part 1 (66% in)
  • And yet it was inevitable that her long silence would thus be broken.
    Part 1 (68% in)
  • So what she saw more graphically then was what all men knew: that death will come inevitably, unless one chooses .... this!
    Part 1 (73% in)
  • Since the day she'd begun to question him, this-whatever it was to be-was inevitable.
    Part 1 (82% in)
  • We had our favorite streets, gardens, corners, but inevitably we reached the outskirts of the old city and saw the rise of swamp.
    Part 1 (96% in)
  • This was my chant, which I repeated like a rosary, a charm to change the facts, her inevitable disillusionment with our quest, which left us in this limbo where I felt her drawing away from me, dwarfing me with her enormous need.
    Part 3 (6% in)
  • It seemed dust, perfectly, and so to have a pleasing, inevitable form.
    Part 3 (54% in)
  • It seemed dust, perfectly, and so to have a pleasing, inevitable form.
    Part 3 (57% in)
  • The vampire who made me was everything that I truly believed evil to be: he was as dismal, as literal, as barren, as inevitably eternally disappointing as I believed evil had to be!
    Part 3 (73% in)
  • Nothing that wasn't merely inevitable.
    Part 4 (1% in)
  • I thought quietly of all' the things I might say to him, how I might remind him that he was immortal, that nothing condemned him to this retreat save himself, and that he was surrounded with the unmistakable signs of inevitable death.
    Part 4 (43% in)

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