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inexorable

in·ex·o·ra·ble

inexorable

 
 
pronunciation:
In ek s r bl
features:
Word Combinations (adjective), Word Parts
part of speech: adjective
definition: not subject to change by any force or influence; unyielding or unrelenting.
We all age with the inexorable passage of time.They believed this calamity was part of the inexorable will of the gods.
similar words:
inevitable, mortal, relentless
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derivations: inexorably (adv.), inexorability (n.), inexorableness (n.)
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