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Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Inevitable


INEV'ITABLE, adjective [Latin inevitabilis; in and evitabilis, from evito, to shun.] Not to be avoided; that cannot be shunned; unavoidable; that admits of no escape or evasion. To die is the inevitable lot of man; we are all subjected to many inevitable calamities.