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adjective: Impossible to avoid: inescapable.
From Latin in- (not) + eluctari (to struggle out of), from ex- (out) + luctari (to struggle). Earliest documented use: 1623.
"These qualms were squashed out of existence by the ineluctable pressure of necessity."
Kate Christensen; In the Drink; Doubleday; 1999.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it. -Flannery O'Connor, writer (1925-1964)