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inevitable
used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

5 uses
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Definition
certain to happen (even if one tried to prevent it)
  • At a new camp, a body search would be inevitable, so he left his other treasures for the next captive to find.
    p. 229.8
inevitable = certain to happen
  • They invited him to weenie bakes in front of Kellow's Hamburg Stand, where Louie would join ukulele sing-alongs and touch football games played with a knotted towel, contests that inevitably ended with a cheerleader being wedged into a trash can.
    p. 17.3
  • Sasaki had long crowed about the inevitability of Japan's victory, but now he buddied up to the captives, telling Louie of his hatred of former prime minister and war architect Hideki Tojo.
    p. 223.1
  • Tragedy was inevitable, and Louie was there when it happened.
    p. 284.1
  • Invasion seemed inevitable and imminent, both to the POWs and to the Japanese.
    p. 292.2

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