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inevitable
used in Turtles All the Way Down

2 uses
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Definition
certain to happen (even if one tried to prevent it)
  • The pictures were inevitably crooked, part of us out of the frame, but you could always see me at least, curling into Mom—I was a mama's girl.
    p. 118.7
  • It seemed surreal and miraculous to me that so many cars could drive past one another without colliding, and I felt certain that each set of headlights headed my way would inevitably veer into my path.
    p. 250.4

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