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Definition of "inevitableness" [in•ev•i•ta•ble•ness]

  • The characteristic of being inevitable; inevitability. (noun)

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Use "inevitableness" in a sentence
  • "The first and most obvious fact about the Duke was his independence, and what I may call his inevitableness of action."
  • "When it came to housework, Mother possessed the quality called inevitableness to an extraordinary degree."
  • "The truth {164} concerning the "inevitableness" of sin was stated by our Lord when He said, "It must needs be that occasions" -- _viz. _, of stumbling -- "come; but woe to that man through whom the occasion cometh.""