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inexorable
used in Inheritance

4 uses
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Definition
unstoppable
  • As day inexorably followed day, Eragon had watched the men grow sullen and discontent, and Nasuada had become increasingly worried.
    23 — Thardsvergundnzmal (31% in)
  • A stream of refugees trailed along the road to the north—people fleeing the soon-to-be-besieged city for Teirm or Uru'baen, where they might find at least temporary safety from the Varden's inexorable advance.
    17 — Dras-Leona (11% in)
  • It occurred to him that perhaps this was how shooting stars were made: a bird or a dragon or some other earthly creature snatched upward by the inexorable wind and thrown skyward with such speed, they flamed like siege arrows.
    47 — A Crown of Ice and Snow (75% in)
  • The vessel looked as Eragon knew it would, for he recognized it from his dreams, and a sense of inexorable fate settled upon him as he gazed at it.
    78 — Leave-Taking (13% in)

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