noun see ineluctable

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  • ineluctability — ineluctable ► ADJECTIVE ▪ unable to be resisted or avoided; inescapable. DERIVATIVES ineluctability noun ineluctably adverb. ORIGIN Latin ineluctabilis, from in not + eluctari struggle out …   English terms dictionary

  • ineluctability — noun the quality of being impossible to avoid or evade • Syn: ↑unavoidability • Hypernyms: ↑certainty, ↑sure thing, ↑foregone conclusion * * * ˌinə̇ˌləktəˈbiləd.ē noun ( es) …   Useful english dictionary

  • ineluctability — See ineluctable. * * * …   Universalium

  • ineluctability — noun The state or condition of being ineluctable. Syn: ineluctableness …   Wiktionary

  • ineluctability — n. unavoidability, inescapableness …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ineluctability — in·eluc·ta·bil·i·ty …   English syllables

  • ineluctable — ineluctability, n. ineluctably, adv. /in i luk teuh beuhl/, adj. incapable of being evaded; inescapable: an ineluctable destiny. [1615 25; < L ineluctabilis, equiv. to in IN 3 + elucta(ri) to force a way out or over, surmount (e E + luctari to… …   Universalium

  • Inevitable (Dungeons & Dragons) — context Infobox D D creature name=Inevitable alignment= type=Construct subtype= source= first= mythical= based= wizards image URL= gallery/MM35 PG158.jpg OGL stats… …   Wikipedia

  • ineluctable — adjective Etymology: Latin ineluctabilis, from in + eluctari to struggle clear of, from ex + luctari to struggle, wrestle; akin to Latin luxus dislocated more at lock Date: circa 1623 not to be avoided, changed, or resisted ; inevitable < an… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Market fundamentalism — (also known as free market fundamentalism) is a pejorative term applied to a strong belief in the ability of laissez faire or free market economic views or policies to solve economic and social problems.[1] Critics of free market extremism have… …   Wikipedia

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