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used in The Horse Whisperer

3 uses
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certain to happen (even if one tried to prevent it)
  • The downside of doing it alone was of course the inevitable criticism he would face for buying the wrong things.
    One (81% in)
  • She waited, almost irritated, for Robert to leaven things with the inevitable joke.
    Four (54% in)
  • And now Annie realized that in her deliberation she'd resorted to that old self-shielding habit of hers and rationalized it: of course children were upset by these things, she'd told herself, it was inevitable; but if it was done in a civilized, sensitive way there need be no lasting trauma; neither parent was lost, only some obsolete geography.
    Thirty-four (86% in)

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