Inescapable [adjective]

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Until recently, many of these symptoms were written off as a natural part of aging, as inescapable as graying hair and wrinkles.

His style is diverse — especially with that double-time flow — and inescapable from anyone with decent hearing.

I think it will actually break for Harrison, thanks to high Democratic turnout and an inescapable “sweep them out” energy.

Be it Cardi B, Selena Gomez, Kehlani or SZA, elongated and boldly designed nails are practically inescapable.

This mode of listening is what motivated The 5th, our effort to hear this inescapable symphony with fresh ears, aided by insights from musicians who know the piece inside and out.

No, Jandron's men made sure there were no helmets left here, and without helmets this ship is an inescapable prison.

He saw the grim, inescapable future for his charges: famine.

The law is inescapable, for an action is either lawful or unlawful.

Oh, why can we not relieve the inescapable fatigue of life in that way always, and not only for a few brief hours in thirty years!

For none knew so well as Barney Palmer how inescapable was this thing which would be hanging over him until the end of his days.